Rena Georgiadou-Anastasiou

Painter, Set Designer, Costume Designer
She was born in Lemesos, Cyprus. While training in Athens with Antonis Apergis, her own techniques took shape. She has held exhibitions in Cyprus and abroad. During the years 1969-2003, she collaborated as set and costume designer with the National Theatre of Northern Greece in over 15 productions spanning the entire spectrum of Greek and international repertory, including works by playwrights such as: Euripides, Aristophanes, Vitsentzos Kornaros, Pantelis Horn, Stefanos Ioannidis, Molière, William Shakespeare, Federico García Lorca, Eugene O'Neill, Harold Pinter, Arthur Miller, et al. She has also collaborated with the National Theatre of Greece in vaudevilles by Georges Feydeau (1982), comedies by Dimitris Koromilas, Angelos Vlachos and Ilias Kapetanakis (1988), as well as the productions of Aristophanes' Lysistrata (Ancient Theater of Filippi, 2004) and Bertolt Brecht's Mutter Courage und ihre Kinder (2007). In addition, she was co-curator, together with Yannis Metzikof, of the exhibition "The National Theatre in the National Gallery" (a Cultural Olympiad event, 2003). She designed the sets for the television show "Wedding Dress Fitting" [Prova nyfikou] (ANT1, 1995). She collaborated with the GNO as set and costume designer in the production of Yorgos Sicilianos's The Fire [I fotia] (1987/88) and Eugene Onegin (1996/97). // Last update of the biography: April 2018 - The list of the productions below is continually updated. .