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New Brunswick, March 5: Performance of Plato's The Apology of , Socrates

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The Hellenic Cultural Association of Rutgers University and the Elytis Chair Fund are proud to present

PLATO'S THE APOLOGY OF SOCRATES

at the Nicholas Theatre Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Performed by: Yannis Simonides Directed by: Loukas N. Skipitaris Costume: Theoni V. Aldredge Music: Caryn Heilman

Sunday, March 5th, 2006

3:00 PM - Introduction / Symposium Lecture: Prof. Tim Maudlin

4:00 PM - Performance

5:30 PM - Question and Answer Session

Yannis Simonides is a Yale Drama School trained actor/writer and Emmy-winning documentary producer. He has served as chairman of the NYU Tisch Drama Department and as executive producer of GOTelecom Media; he is the founding director of the Greek Theater of New York and of MYTHIC MEDIA, a performing arts lab.

Loukas N. Skipitaris is the founder and director of The Acting Place, an on-going professional acting workshop, as well as the founding and artistic director of THEATRON, Inc. a non profit GREEK AMERICAN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER in New York City. He began directing in 1971. His credits in the United States and in Greece include productions of Greek classics and plays by Anton Chekhov, Tennessee Williams, George Bernard Shaw, Neil Simon, Ira Levin, and others.

Tickets: $25.00 (free for students - Limited Availability) Make Checks payable to: Rutgers University, the State University For Reservations, please reply to: Debbie Kamilaris at (201) 741-1171 Hara Kou. s at (732) 829-7599 or e-mail hca@eden.rutgers.edu

All Proceeds go to the Modern Greek Studies Program of Rutgers University


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