She graduated from the Department of Theatre Studies of the University of Athens, where she then completed the two-year postgraduate programme. She then did a PhD thesis, entitled “The Reception of August Strindberg in Greece. Translations – Performances” for which she was awarded “Distinction”. She received the Sasakawa scholarship for her doctoral thesis and a fund from the State Scholarships Foundation of Greece for her overall grades during her M.Phil.
She participated in the 15th International Congress of IFTR/FIRT in Helsinki; in the 5th European Congress of Modern Greek Studies organized by the European Society of Modern Greek Studies; in the symposium for the one hundred years from the death of August Strindberg, organized by the Swedish Institute at Athens and the Embassy of Greece in Sweden; in a Conference organized by the Institute for Mediterranean Studies; in the 5th Greek Theatre Conference, etc. She contributed to the Ad Honorem Eva Stehlíková (Festschrift for the emeritus professor of the University of Brno) and to the Epidaurus Encounters: Greek Drama, Ancient Theatre and Modern Performance.
She has worked for several years, at the University of Athens, in charge of the organization and secretarial support of the postgraduate programme of the Department of Theatre Studies; at the Benaki Museum, in the documentation of collections and archives of performing arts; in the organizing committee of the university programme of the intensive summer courses in Epidaurus; and as a member of the organizing committee of all activities of the European Network for the Research and Documentation of Performances of Ancient Drama. In the research programme “Thalis: Chrysallis” she participates as a research associate.