An important part of the activities of the LThRT is the presentation of extra mural theatrical productions and exhibitions of the School of Drama and the AUTH. The aim of this activity is to reinforce the extroversion of the School and to produce artistic work leveraging on the educational and research process of its Curriculum in cooperation with social and political institutions in Greece and abroad.
In Christmas 2016, the students and the teachers of Stage Design undertook the festive decoration of the centre of Thessaloniki, after an invitation by the City Council and under the coordination of Professor Emeritus Apostolos Vettas.
The School of Drama participated with the performance Water in festivals in Kilkis, Kavala, Thessaloniki and Venice.
An installation in cooperation with the State Theater of Northern Greece as part of the one day tribute to the Norwegian author Henrik Ibsen, BIGDAY IBSEN (24th November 2013).
A performance based on texts by Thanassis Valtinos from the novel Elements from the 60’s and folk songs of the era.
Mask exhibition in Bitola as part of the European program “Interacting through Acting: From drama to contemporary arts-InterAct”, GREECE – THE FORMER YOGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA IPA CROSS-BORDER PROGRAMME 2007-2013.
The Fairy Tales Group of the School of Drama narrates tales to adults and children at the White Tower. Tutor: Konstantina Ritsatou.
Street Theatre Shows in the festival OPEN 15 in Venice, with the collaboration of other Schools of the Faculty of Fine arts, AUTH, and the post-graduate programme of Museology.
The production was the result of the collaboration of the Stage Design and Musical Theatre classes, and included songs from the junk opera by Tiger Lillies Shockheaded Peter. The opera was based on the first illustrated children’s book history, Heinrich Hoffmann’s Shockheaded Peter (1845), which was presented for the first time in 1998 at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, directed by Julian Crouch and Phelim McDermott.
A performance based on Odysseas Elytis’ Maria Nefeli. A polyphonic approach of this poetic text, in which the mature Poet converses with the unconventional young girl Maria Nefeli.
A performance based on Tom Waits’ music for Robert Wilson’s production of 2002 (inspired by Georg Büchner’s play Woyzeck). With the production, the School of Drama participated in the world scenographical exhibition Prague Quadrennial 2011.
A staged reading of Homer’s Iliad Rhapsody 23, in collaboration with the National Theatre of Athens.