“Day 3 of Antygone: Today was very artistic: We started with some breathing and movement exercises. Then, all together, we had to create a story using our bodies, improvising and expressing it slowly. It was really fun.
Later, in smaller groups, we interpreted a scene from the play ‘Antigone’ in our native language and in our own way. It was the very first confrontation between Creon (the king) who discovers that it is Antigone, his own niece, who dared to disobey him. It was a very intense face-off.
In the afternoon, still in small groups, we created a dance to express this scene or to get into the skin of one of the characters.
In the evening, we went to the beach together to watch the sunset. And we ended the day with a delicious Greek meal.”