Volume 9 (2012)

Didaskalia is an academic journal dedicated to the study of ancient theatre and its legacy in performance.

[PDF of entire volume (110pp, 3MB)]

9.01 Risk-taking and Transgression: Aristophanes' Lysistrata Today [PDF]
Michael Ewans and Robert Phiddian
9.02 Review: Lysistrata Jones [PDF]
John Given
9.03 Review: Alexis, A Greek Tragedy [PDF]
Aktina Stathaki
9.04 Review: The Complete Works of Sophocles (Rebridged): These Seven Sicknesses [PDF]
George Kovacs
9.05 Review: The Women from Trachis at the University of Michigan [PDF]
Amy Pistone
9.06 Review: Imagining And Imaging the Chorus: A Study of Physicality, Movement, and Composition of the Chorus in A.R.T.'s Ajax [PDF]
Viviane Sophie Klein
9.07 Review: The Oresteia at Carleton College [PDF]
Eric Dugdale
9.08 Review: Euripides' Bacchae at the Greek Theatre in Syracuse [PDF]
Ralph Covino and John Serrati
9.09 Review: 48th Season of Classical Plays at the Greek Theatre in Syracuse: Aeschylus' Prometheus, Euripides' Bacchae, and Aristophanes' The Birds [PDF]
Caterina Barone
9.10 Up Close and Personal: Encountering Ancient Drama through Performance [PDF]
Eric Dugdale
9.11 Review: Sophocles' Elektra at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival [PDF]
Ruth Scodel
9.12 Review: Sophocles' Elektra at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival [PDF]
Dana E. Aspinall
9.13 "First catch your satyrs" — A Practical Approach to The Satyr-Play(-Like?) [PDF]
Anthony Stevens
9.14 Review: Euripides' Iphigenia at Aulis (Estonian: Iphigenia Aulises) in Tallinn, Estonia [PDF]
Laura Viidebaum
9.15 Interview: Douglass Parker [PDF]
Laura Drake