Antonis Daglidis

Set Designer
He was born in Cairo in 1956. He studied architecture at the National Technical University of Athens (1974-78) and completed his post-graduate studies in Paris, where he attended scenography courses as a free student. He worked as an architect in private and public works (1984-1993) and as an assistant to scenographer Savvas Charatsidis (1984-1987). In his capacity as an architect, he arranged the stage spaces of the Embros Theater (in collaboration with Takis Frangoulis), the Neos Kosmos Theater, the Analia venue, as well as the space for the photo exhibition “Nelly’s: Body and Dance” (Kalamata Dance Festival, 1997). He joined Greece’s participation in the 10th Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space in 2003. In his capacity as a scenographer and costume designer, he collaborated with the National Theater, the National Theater of Northern Greece, the Athens Concert Hall (The scene of wonders [I skini ton thavmaton] by George Kouroupos; Turn of the screw by Benjamin Britten), the Athens Festival, the New Art Stage-Neos Kosmos Theater, Art Theater, Piraeus 131 Theater, Theatro tou Notou, Dimitris Horn Theater, Poreia Theater, Mikri Porta Theater, Theater Embros, Oktana Dance Theater. He collaborated with many directors and choreographers, such as Thomas Moshopoulos, Vangelis Theodoropoulos, Mimis Kougioumtzis, Stamatis Fasoulis, Stathis Livathinos, Nikita Milivojevic, Julia Pevzner, Victor Arditis, Nick Hatzopoulos, Efi Theodorou, Michalis Reppas and Thanasis Papathanasiou, Nico Mastorakis, Elena Penga, Alexis Alatsis, Konstantinos Rigos, Haris Mandafounis, Apostolia Papadamaki, etc. In total, he worked in more than 90 productions. In addition, he worked in several films, including: Solstice [Isimeria] by Nikos Cornilios (Scenography Award at the Thessaloniki Film Festival, 1991), Wind over the City [Anemos stin poli] by Petros Sevastikoglou (National Quality - Scenography Award, 1996), Little England [Mikra Anglia] by Pantelis Voulgaris, as well as in the television series Logo Timis. He designed the setting for GNO’s production of the opera Nabucco (2006/7). He taught scenography at the Drama School of the Art Theater (2003/4). He is an assistant professor of scenography and costume design (Fine Arts School of Film Studies, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki).