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CV: Eva Simatou is a Greek actress. She is a first class graduate of the Advanced Drama School Theatro Technis Karolos Koun (Athens Art Theatre). She has also studied in London at City University and holds a BSc in Sociology and Media Studies and an MA in Arts Management & Criticism. She is a Theatre Arts Instructor at Deree, the American College of Greece and a founding member of the non-profit art organization Arena Theatre Ensemble. As an actress she has played several lead female parts in many plays including: “Titus Andronicus” by William Shakespeare (Tamora), “Broken Heart” by John Ford (Penthea), “Attempts on her Life” by Martin Crimp (Anne), the “Gravedigger’s Complaint” by Emmanuel Roides (Daughter), at renown Athenian theatres such as: Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, Athens Art Theatre (Theatro Technis Karolos Koun), City of Athens Festival, Odos Kefallinias Theatre, Apollo Theatre etc. In March 2013, Eva Simatou performed at the Ankara State Theatre Şinasi Sahnesi. She played the female lead parts of the performance “Dreams. Are We Such Stuff as Dreams are Made On?”, a composition based on William Shakespeare’s dream and ghost scenes. The performance took place under the auspices of the Greek Embassy in Ankara and won an award from the 7th Ethos International Theatre Festival of Ankara. In July 2013 she was accepted to participate in the Contemporary Drama Course offered by the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). Eva Simatou has been awarded a Gold Medal from the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in acknowledgment of her contribution to theatre arts, education and culture.
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