S.Mou.Th. has been funded in Larissa/Greece in 2001 by young theatre, music, dance and media artists. After operating for about 2 years in the framework of the Cultural Organization of the Municipality of Larissa, it finally obtained its legal entity in 2004 and since then has become fully independent. The fundamental objectives of S.Mou.Th. are to provide youth and adults opportunities of initiation, training, education, creation, research and professionalization in the performing and audiovisual arts, and by this process, to reinvent the means of artistic expression.
SMouTh’s work, both locally and at European level, includes educational courses, cultural activities and events with special focus on social aspects, professional productions of theatre, music theatre and operas, and the annual organization of two festivals: Mill of Performing Arts and European Music Day in Larissa. SMouTh’s production of the opera Carmen staged in Larissa in collaboration with the Municipal Conservatory has been awarded by the Greek Theatre and Music Critics Association. Other important productions and co-productions of SMouTh include: Paramifiko (2013), Eutropia (2010-2012 in 9 European countries), The Barber of Seville (2012), POLITAE (2012 & 2015), One Penny Musical (2010), The Magic Flute (2009), The Rubbishes Rapsody (2003 and 2012-2013), A Midnight Summer Dream (2003), Romeo and Juliet (2002) and more.
Synergy of Music Theatre (S.Mou.Th.) is a non-profit organization, whose workforce is a group of dedicated, experienced and emerging artists.