At Helikos, in parallel with classes taught by the faculty, the students have a self-managed class called CREAZIONE, during which they create short theatrical scenes on themes assigned to them each week.

They show these pieces to the faculty and other students every FRIDAY afternoon. At the end of each piece they receive feedback from the teachers. These presentations are referred to as OPEN CLASSES and are open to the public.

At the end of each term, the Helikos students, with guidance from the Staff, put together a series of SERATE made up of the best student creations from that term.

The serate are a great opportunity to discover the school’s work on the various dramatic territories covered at Helikos, and to meet the poetic creativity of its students.

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The Clown Variety Show

Scenes created by the 2013/2014 One-Year Training students of the HELIKOS International School of Theatre Creation. After an in-depth study of mask theatre, Helikos students encounter the red nose, the smallest theatrical mask, and explore the world of their own unique form of comedy. The clown is, above all else, a state of presence and theatrical vitality, in which the actor finds his/her most unique and personal kind of stupidity, and transforms it into comedy.