Dr Evi Stamatiou


NameDr Evi Stamatiou
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addresse.stamatiou@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteArts & Creative Industries

Research outputs

Bourdieu in the Studio: Decolonising and Decentering Actor Training through Ludic Activism

Stamatiou, E. 2023. Bourdieu in the Studio: Decolonising and Decentering Actor Training through Ludic Activism. London and New York Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

Emotion Memory versus Physical Action Towards Anti-racist Pedagogies that Make Way for Critical Praxis

Stamatiou, E. 2023. Emotion Memory versus Physical Action Towards Anti-racist Pedagogies that Make Way for Critical Praxis. in: Scott, S. and Skelton, J. (ed.) Stanislavski and Race: Questioning the “System” in the 21st Century Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. pp. 62-79

Albania

Jonka, E. and Stamatiou, E. 2023. Albania. in: Remshardt, R. and Mancewicz, A. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Contemporary European Theatre and Performance Routledge Taylor & Francis Group.

A screen actor prepares: Self-taping by reversing Stanislavsky’s Method of Physical Actions

Stamatiou, E. 2023. A screen actor prepares: Self-taping by reversing Stanislavsky’s Method of Physical Actions. Stanislavski Studies. 11 (1), pp. 63-79. https://doi.org/10.1080/20567790.2023.2196297

Developing the Critical Verbatim Theater Artist during the Pandemic: A Transatlantic Collaboration

Stamatiou, E., Kildow, E., Spearing, F., Nodding, G. and Price, J-P. 2022. Developing the Critical Verbatim Theater Artist during the Pandemic: A Transatlantic Collaboration. Artspraxis. 9 (1), pp. 13-33.

Joan Littlewood and Ariane Mnouchkine against the canon: developing the actors’ social representations through clowning

Stamatiou, E. 2022. Joan Littlewood and Ariane Mnouchkine against the canon: developing the actors’ social representations through clowning. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training. 13 (4), pp. 519-535. https://doi.org/10.1080/19443927.2021.1968026

Pierre Bourdieu and actor training: towards decolonising and decentering actor training pedagogies

Stamatiou, E. 2022. Pierre Bourdieu and actor training: towards decolonising and decentering actor training pedagogies. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training. 13 (1), pp. 96-114. https://doi.org/10.1080/19443927.2021.1943509

Stepping Forward: An Exploration of Devised Theatre’s Democratic Designs in an Actor-Training Setting

Stamatiou, E. 2020. Stepping Forward: An Exploration of Devised Theatre’s Democratic Designs in an Actor-Training Setting. in: Aragay, M., Botham, P. and Prado-Pérez, J. R. (ed.) World Political Theatre and Performance: Theories, Histories, Practices BRILL. pp. 98-113

A Brechtian perspective on London Road: Class representations, dialectics and the ‘gestic’ character of music from stage to screen

Stamatiou, E. 2019. A Brechtian perspective on London Road: Class representations, dialectics and the ‘gestic’ character of music from stage to screen. Studies in Musical Theatre. 13 (3), pp. 287-298. https://doi.org/10.1386/smt_00007_1

A Materialist Feminist Perspective on Time in Actor Training: The commodity of illusion

Stamatiou, E. 2019. A Materialist Feminist Perspective on Time in Actor Training: The commodity of illusion. in: Evans, M., Thomaidis, K. and Worth, L. (ed.) Time and Performer Training Routledge. pp. 50-61

The Economic Communities of Edinburgh’s August Festivals: An Exclusive ‘Global Sense of Place’ and an Inclusive ‘Local Sense of Space’

Stamatiou, E. 2019. The Economic Communities of Edinburgh’s August Festivals: An Exclusive ‘Global Sense of Place’ and an Inclusive ‘Local Sense of Space’. in: Galea, M. and Musca, S. (ed.) Redefining Theatre Communities: International Perspectives on Community-Conscious Theatre-Making Bristol, UK; Chicago, USA Intellect Press. pp. 133-148

Caryatid Unplugged: A Cabaret on Performing and Negotiating Belonging and Otherness in Exile

Stamatiou, E. 2017. Caryatid Unplugged: A Cabaret on Performing and Negotiating Belonging and Otherness in Exile. in: Rudakoff, J. (ed.) Performing Exile: Foreign Bodies Intellect Press. pp. 195-216
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