ΜΟΣΧΟΝΑΣ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΣ ΒΙΟΓΡΑΦΙΚΟ
Dimitrios Moschonas is a University Student in Greek Civilization Studies (Humanities) of the Hellenic Open University.
Dimitrios also graduated as an actor of the Higher School of Drama Art Veaki in 2007.
Since 2004, Dimitrios has been researching on the Ancient Greek Tragedy at the "Desmi", Centre for Ancient Greek Drama research and practical applications.
As an actor he has participated in the most important Greek festivals such as the Athens festival, Delphi and Epidaurus festival. In 2006, he participated in the Greek National Theatre's Tragedy "The Persians" by Aeschylus, directed by Lydia Koniordou.
Since then, he has participated in the Ancient Greek Tragedies "Oedipus Tyrannus" and "Oedipus at Colonus", produced by the Greek National Theatre directed by Roula Pateraki and at the "Medea" by Cherubini, directed by Gianni Kokkos, which was also performed at the Epidaurus festival too.
He has also made two directions for the international program named as Ideogram funded by the European Commission, The Messenger by the Persians and Oedipus Idol reflection onto Jocasta’s golden pins.
These two directions have been used as a supporting material by the Professor Mary Yossi of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece that she delivered a series of public lectures titled ” ‘Human Rights’ and Greek Tragedy” in some of the top USA Universities.
In 2013 he collaborated with Mapped productions for the multimedia performance (Uns) table a piece loosely based on Pier Paolo Pasolini’s iconic film Theorema. Created and directed by Mapped Productions, an international artist collective formed of MA students in Performance & Design from Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, London. Premiered Platform Theatre London.
He has also worked with many Greek and International theatrical companies, working in the classic, contemporary and experimental field.
Furthermore, he has made Voice overs for the Greek National Television and he has participated in academic forums about the Ancient Greek Tragedy.