Since 2016 the Mill Youth Theatre Company has performed works by Shakespeare, Sophocles & Thornton Wilder. The company is guided by its values of Respect, Equality and Creativity.
Our group is now full for the current academic year 2023/24 but if you wish to express an interest in joining the Mill Youth Theatre Company in the future, please email email@example.com
Our Company underpins the values of Respect, Equality and Creativity
A Huge Welcome to our new Youth Theatre Facilitator
Eftychia is a theatre director, actor, and drama educator from Greece who currently lives in Dublin. She holds an MFA in Theatre Directing from the Lir National Academy of Dramatic Arts (Trinity College University), a Bachelor’s in acting from the Drama School of the National Theater of Northern Greece where she graduated with honors, and a Bachelor in Drama and Theater in Education Studies from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
Her directing credits include collaborations with Landmark Productions (Assistant Director in Enda Walsh’s Bedbound,2023), Drama Workshops as a Facilitator with Sightless Cinema (2023), Dublin Fringe Festival 2023 (co-director of Passports), Scene and Heard Festival 2023, (Exit>Pursued by a Pint by Kat Ennis), an official selection in Venice Open Stage Festival (2018) for a show she devised and directed entitled Those in the tomb and assistant directing in Mabel’s Magnificent Flying Machine (Gate Theatre 2021), Staging the Treaty (ANU Productions), and The Wakefires (ANU Productions, Cork Midsummer Festival 2022) directed by Louise Lowe.
She is a Drama Teacher and a theatre facilitator for children and young adults with 10 years of experience and has devised and directed numerous Youth Theatre shows (Independent Theatre Workshop, YMCA) in Greece and Ireland.
Her research and artistic interests are focused in creating socially engaged theatre, offering awareness and visibility for understated and underrepresented social and political issues; she is particularly interested in creating work that is informed by her volunteer work with refugees in Greece and in Ireland. She is constantly exploring new approaches to adapting and staging ancient Greek tragedy internationally.