Euripides Laskaridis (director, performer) tackles with the themes of ridicule and transformation. He studied acting in Athens’ leading drama school Karolos Koun and directing (MFA) in New York’s Brooklyn College on an Onassis Foundation Scholarship. He has been performing since 1995, working with such directors as Dimitris Papaioannou and Robert Wilson. He began directing his own work in 2000, both stage works and, later, award-winning short films. In 2009, he founded the OSMOSIS Performing Arts Co and presented works at various Greek theatres. The company’s first solo work, RELIC, made it to the Aerowaves 2015 list and opened in Barcelona that year. Since then it has appeared at twenty international festivals in the UK, France, Austria, Italy, Finland, Ireland, Israel, Slovenia, Switzerland and is still touring. Euripides’ new work TITANS is an international co-production between Greece, France, Canada, Holland and Portugal. It premiered in 2017 and before appearing at Théâtre de la Ville - Les Abbesses in November- December 2017 it has been presented at: Festival delle Colline Torinesi, the Grec Festival de Barcelona and Julidans Amsterdam. In 2018 it will be presented in various international festivals. In 2016 Euripides was awarded one of the inaugural Pina Bausch Fellowships to spend few months alongside the director and choreographer Lemi Ponifasio in New Zealand, Chile and Europe. In August 2017 Euripides was listed in the Hoffnungsträger (Promissing Talent) list of the German magazine «tanz» and was also honored to become associated artist of Portugal’s leading residency organization, O Espaço Do Tempo - Associação Cultural.