RETURNSotiris Stelios

Sotiris Stelios

Set designer, Costume designer
He was born in Agia, Preveza. He studied at the Department of Mathematics in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He took painting classes at the Apopsi Art Center under Giorgos Barounis and Drama Therapy at the Therapy Through Art Center under Dr. Sue Jennings. He has presented solo painting exhibitions and has taken part in group exhibitions. He has edited book illustrations, visual environments for thematic exhibitions and executed mural compositions in churches in Rhodes and Thesprotia. He worked in the field of set design since 1990. He worked as assistant to set designer Antonis Daglidis. Has designed sets, costumes and stage paintings for many theater productions by an array of theaters, including: National Theater of Greece, National Theatre of Northern Greece (Neda, Tsiklintan, Six Nights on the Acropolis, The Little Prince, The story of the soldier, The immortal water, The new house), Neos Kosmos Theater, Thessaloniki State Conservatory, Athens Concert Hall, Art Theater, Vasilis Diamantopoulos Contemporary Theater, New Art Stage, Oktana Dance Theater, Analia Dance Theater, Lefteris Vogiatzis New Art Theater, Opseis Theater, Mikri Porta Theater and various Municipal and Regional Theatres around Greece. He also collaborated with the Peloponnesus Folklore Foundation for the exhibition “4000 years of Greek costume” (plastic constructions) and the exhibition “Yiannis Tsarouchis, painter of the national costume,” for which he rendered the painting works in a three-dimensional space. For the GNO, he designed sets for the productions of the works: Pagliacci (2007/08) and Die Fledermaus (2013/14). He has also collaborated in GNO Experimental Stage productions (2011/12). // Last update of the biography: December 2000 - The list of the productions below is continually updated.