Didaskalia is a peer-reviewed electronic journal dedicated to the study of all aspects of ancient Greek and Roman performance. Didaskalia is committed to open access and the free dissemination of scholarship.


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Volume 10 (2013)

10.12 Why Didaskalia?: The Language of Production in (and its Many Meanings for) Greek Drama
Brett M. Rogers
10.11 Review - The Paper Cinema’s Odyssey at the Battersea Arts Centre and The Odyssey, Creation Theatre and The Factory
Stephe Harrop
10.10 Review - Aristophanes’ Lysistrata at the Intiman Theatre
Brett M. Rogers
10.09 Review - Sophocles’s Trachiniae at the Festival of Epidaurus
Vicky Manteli
10.08 Review - 49th Season of Classical Plays at the Greek Theatre in Syracuse: Sophocles’s Oedipus Tyrannus and Antigone, and Aristophanes’s The Ecclesiazusae
Caterina Barone
10.07 Review - The Odyssey on Angel Island
Al Duncan
10.06 Conversation - About the Aquila Herakles at the Brooklyn Academy of Music
Amy R. Cohen and John H. Starks, Jr.
10.05 Review - Combat Veterans, Neuroscience, and the Tragic Mask: Euripides’ Herakles
Natasha Mercouri
10.04 Review - Euripides' Iphigenia at Aulis at Trent and Trinity
Timothy Wutrich
10.03 Review - Seneca's Thyestes at Barnard/Columbia
Michael Goyette
10.02 Review - Seneca's Thyestes at Barnard/Columbia
Timothy Hanford
10.01 Remembering Kate Bosher 1974–2013
John Given