Alexandros is an actor, director and musician working at the National Theatre of Greece as
well as with independent performing groups in various emerging spaces in Athens. After initial legal studies and an LLM in European and International Law at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, both with honours, Alexandros went on to study acting at Philippe Gaulier's international school in Paris, while attending numerous seminars of leading theatre practitioners (Robert Sturua, Jean Jourdheuil, Rena Mirecka, Sotigui Kouyaté, Living Theatre, Complicité, Andreas Voutsinas). He has also received an MA in Theatre Studies from Athens' Kapodistrian University with honours.
He has directed The Bare Stage, a devised performance on the nature of theatre, and A Midsummer Night's Dream for the “Theatre at ACS”, and Carmina Burana, a musical show based on the original Medieval songs in collaboration with early music ensemble Ex Silentio, for the reopened prestigious “Porta Theatre”. He has worked as assistant director for Ludovic Lagarde (of “Theatre de Reims”) on Bernard-Marie Koltes'
Quai Ouest for the “National Theatre” and on Yiorgos Sevastikoglou's Angela for the “Athens and Epidaurus Festival”. With Bruce Myers (of Peter Brook's Parisian international theatre troupe) they collaborated extensively both on the directing of Jean Genet's The Maids, as well as on the dramaturgy and the translation of the play. Last year he planned and organised for the “National Theatre” the project Fear Rasism STOP!, the theatre's action-for-the-youth which reached in a few months more than six thousand high-school students.
Last summer he participated in the highly symbolic performance of Euripides' Trojan Women at the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus in the midst of the Greek crisis. As an actor and dramaturg he has worked with the National Theatre in Athens, the National Theatre of Northern Greece, the National Orchestra of Athens, Badminton Theatre, as well as numerous independent theatre troupes. He plays the piano, bassoon, recorder and ukelele, and has a diploma in classical singing (baritone). He has taught theatre at the American Community Schools of Athens for its International Baccalaureate program.
His translation of Arthur Miller's play The Creation of the World and Other Business recently appeared as part of Sokolis Editions' theatre series. He speaks fluently Greek, English, French, German.
He is currently assisting director Yiannis Houvardas in his productions of Shakespeare's Richard III and Bertold Brecht's The Threepenny Opera, while leading the French-language theatre workshop at the French Institute in Athens.