After graduating from Yıldız Technical University in 1996, Yiğit Özşener completed his Master’s degree at Koç University in 1999. He started training with the Studio Players Ensemble in 1994, and acted in various plays at the same ensemble until 2011. In 2000, he acted in the “Heracles” trilogy directed by Thedoros Terzopoulos, and in 2006, in the Turkish-Greek co-production “Persians” directed by Terzopoulos as part of the World Theater Olympics. In the 2008-2009 season, he acted in Kerem Kurdoğlu’s “İstanbul’da Bir Dava.” In 2009, he started working with Studio Players again, and acted in “Evridike’nin Çığlığı” written and directed by Şahika Tekand, “10 Adımda Unutmak (Anti Prometheus)”, and Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, directed by Tekand, as well as “Io”, written and directed by Tekand.
A conversation with Yiğit Özşener, who worked with many different theater companies and directors, from the Studio Players to Theodoros Terzopoulos, and who is also renowned for his work in films and TV series, on stage and on-camera acting.
* The conversations and concerts will be broadcast on the Instagram account of the Koç University Sevgi Gönül Cultural Center on the specified dates and times, and will also later be available as podcasts on the Center’s Spotify account.