Eva Simatou

Theatre Arts

BS, MA, The City University, London; Diploma, The Advanced Drama School of Athens Art Theatre


Eva Simatou is a professional actress and theatre arts instructor. She is a first class graduate of Theatro Technis Karolos Koun of the Athens Art Theatre. She is a founding member of the non-profit art organization “Arena Theatre Ensemble.” She has played several lead roles in plays including: “Titus Andronicus” by William Shakespeare, “Broken Heart” by John Ford, “Attempts on her Life” by Martin Crimp, the “Gravedigger’s Complaint” by Emmanuel Roides, at renowned Athenian theatres including Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, Theatro Technis Karolos Koun (Athens Art Theatre), City of Athens Festival, and Odos Kefallinias Theatre, Spring Theatre. She is a Theatre Arts Instructor at The American College of Greece and an Acting Coach at PIERCE – The American College of Greece and has led the Forensics Duet Acting Team to several distinctions and awards. She has translated plays by William Shakespeare, John Ford, Lars Noren and novels by Charlotte Bronte and Virginia Woolf from their original English to Greek, which have been published by Filotipon Publications and financed by The European Union. She is a full member of the International Theatre Institute (ITI) and the Greek Actors Equity (ΣΕΗ).