Enke Fezollari was born in Albania and studied at the Drama School of the National Theatre of Northern Greece. Between 2005 and 2017 he collaborated, as an actor, with the National Theatre of Greece, the Neos Kosmos Theatre, inter alia, and with directors such as Hatzakis, Paterakis, and others. As a director, he has been active since 2010. In 2013, he won an award at the Winter Festival in Sarajevo for Klairie Lionaki’s The List Project. At the same theatre festival in Sarajevo, he also presented the multilingual project Hecuba, Hekabe, Hecabe, Hecube, Ekavi together with Greek and immigrant actors. In 2017, he represented the Experimental Stage of the Greek National Theatre, in Berlin’s Maxim Gorki Theater, as part of the “EndlichTheatre” project. In 2015 he directed William Shakespeare’s Hamlet, presented on the Experimental Stage of the National Theatre of Albania. He has also directed the Parade by Loula Anagnostaki, Angela by Giorgos Sevastikoglou, The Road will kidnap you by Sakis Serefas, Temptation by Grigorios Xenopoulos, Scenes from a Marriage by Ingmar Bergman, Platonov by Anton Chekhov, The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico García Lorca, Pou nai I mana sou, mori by Dimitra Petroula, Love came one day late by Lili Zografou, etc. He has had multiple collaborations with the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, presenting plays such as: It’s Only the End of the World by Jean-Luc Lagarde, A Matter of Dignity by Michael Cacoyannis, Kassandra and the Wolf by Margarita Karapanou, Occupation Whore by Lili Zografou. In 2017, he participated in the Athens Festival, presenting Sworn Virgin by Elvira Dones.