Creating the Costumes for “Antigone”

Acclaimed Greek costume designer, Katerina Papanikolaou, arrived from Athens to Amsterdam yesterday to have the first fitting with the cast of “Antigone” by the International Theatre in English.

Katerina’s work has appeared at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles as well as most of the main stages in Greece, including the National Theatre in Greece, the Athens Music Hall, the Contemporary Theatre and Epidaurus. She “dressed” actors in plays like “The imaginary invalid” by Moliere, “Absurd person singular” by Alan Ayckbourn, “November” by David Mamet, “Electra” by Sophocles and many more.In her 16 year old career she has collaborated with international acclaimed costume and set designers, like Dionisis Fotopoulos (who collaborated with Peter Stein and Peter Hall).

She counts more than 15 films and tv series, including designing costumes for the Greek syndication of the acclaimed tv show “the Nanny” by Fran Drescher.

The production will have its world premiere on March 11th, 2016 at Het Compagnietheater in Amsterdam.

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We would like to thank Olga Papadima for her assistance and support in the creation of the costumes.

“Antigone” is a production by the Stichting TheodoraVoutsaProductions.





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