Mentor Workshop Greece
Prodromos Tsinikoris works as a director, dramaturge and performer in Athens. Born in 1981 in Wuppertal to Greek immigrant parents, he moved to Thessaloniki in 1999, where he graduated from the Drama Department of the Aristotle University. In 2009 he moved to Athens, where he worked a.o. as an actor with director Dimiter Gotscheff (Messenger in The Persians, National Theatre, Athens) and as assistant director and researcher with Rimini Protokoll (Prometheus in Athens, Athens & Epidaurus Festival, 2010).
Together with Anestis Azas, he wrote and staged many documentary theatre performances: Journey by Train (Athens & Epidaurus Festival, 2011), Epidaurus: A Documentary (Athens & Epidaurus Festival, 2012), Telemachos: Should I Stay or Should I Go? (Ballhaus Naunynstraße, Berlin and Onassis Culture Centre, Athens, 2013), Utopia in Progress (Youth Theatre Constance, Germany and National Theatre of Northern Greece, 2014), Geblieben um zu gehen (Maxim Gorki Theatre, Berlin,
2015), Clean City (Onassis Culture Centre and Münchner Kammerspiele, 2016) and Hellas München (Münchner Kammerspiele, 2018). For the Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2015, he also directed an audio walk in central Athens on homeless people, titled In the Middle of the Street.