The future is…f*#k the future
Constantinos Phellas & Diomedes Koufteros
University of Nicosia
Professor Constantinos N. Phellas is a Medical Sociologist with interests in a variety of areas, including Health and Illness, Ageing, End-of-Life Decision Making and Care, Construction of Identities, Sexualities, and HIV/AIDS. His publications focus upon the intersection of gender, culture, and issues of sexuality among ethnic minority communities, HIV/AIDS, and social and psychological aspects of public health domain. He is currently the Vice Rector for Faculty & Research at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus. He is also the Chairperson of the Cyprus National Bioethics Committee (2015-19).
Diomedes Koufteros (MFA – Acting, Brandeis University) is an actor, lecturer, theatre-maker and cultural operator. His acting credits include the MC in Cabaret, Evelyn in Evelyn Evelyn and Anestis in Fish n’ Chips (Best New Actor Award, Athens International Film Festival).
He has lectured and coached acting, movement and mask improvisation at various academic institutions and theatre productions, and will be joining Bowdoin College (Maine, USA) as Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre for Spring 2016.
For Center of Performing Arts Mitos Diomedes co-coordinated Songs of My Neighbours, a two-year EU-funded theatre project between Cyprus, Italy and Poland, aiming at increasing dialogue and social justice between communities in conflict.