"Just when I dropped into Intensive Session No. 11 on Landscaping, on Wednesday afternoon, Sarantis Zafiropoulos was starting his poetic presentation of the Greek theater, its location and relation to the landscape. Sarantis explained the meaning of the word "theater" - "thea" means "see and understand" (my interpretation) and "tros" means "instrument". On the one side is the wide and mysterious landscape, sometimes friendly and beautiful, sometimes threatening and brutal, the orchestra (the chorus) and, on the circular stage, the actors. On the other side, is the audience, comfortably located on stone steps, overlooking the scenery. Some watch from high positions with the wide landscape in front of them, others are on the bottom level, close to the actors, which means they have different perspectives of the performance."