Katerina Gotsi interviews

We are delighted to host the following interviews by Katerina Gotsi with Irish writers and theatre practitioners. 

Sophocles' Antigone at the Peacock Theatre, Dublin, 1986

Brendan Kennelly's version of Antigone was first staged at Dublin's Peacock Theatre in 1986. It was directed by Colm Ó Briain, with Anne Byrne as Antigone and Kevin McHugh as Creon.

Interview with Colm O'Briain (Director) pdf

Interview with Kevin McHugh (Creon) pdf

Interview with Anne Byrne (Antigone) pdf

Katerina Gotsi has studied English, Theatre, Comparative and General Literature at the Universities of Athens, Edinburgh and University College London. Her PhD thesis, under the supervision of Prof. Chris Carey (UCL) and Dr. Ben Levitas (Goldsmith's College) focuses on modern versions of Sophocles' Antigone in Ireland. She is currently an Honorary Research Fellow at the Department of Greek and Latin, UCL. She also teaches at the Experimental School of the University of Athens, Greece, as well as the Foreign Language Teaching Centre, University of Athens. These interviews were made in the course of her doctoral research.