Translating for the Stage I
The question of what constitutes performance has yet to be answered. With a little ingenuity, almost any activity can be construed as performance. But it by no means requires the talents of a sophist to demonstrate that performance was much more common in antiquity than it is in the study of antiquity. Most of Greek literature, and not a little of Latin, was presented to its original audience as a performance. Add to that the performing arts which we know existed but which made use of no written text, such as Atellan farce and pantomime, and a picture emerges of a world much more 'theatrical' than a collection of Oxford Classical Texts would ever suggest. [ Read more ]...
'Evolving Music for Easy Virtue'
Review of Lonsdale, Dance and Ritual Play in Greek Religion
Review of Scodel, ed. Theater and Society in the Classical World
- Iphigeneia in Aulis in NYC
- Trojan Women it St. Peter, MN
- Medea in NYC
- Persians in Chicago
- Orpheus and Eurydice, by Ben Cohen, in Ann Arbor, MI
Athens Festival 1994:
- Theatrical Monologue Dramatized narration inspired by the life of the Byzantine Empress Theodora
- Aristophanes' Plutus
- Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex
Epidavros Festival 1994:
- Sophocles' Maidens of Trachis
- Aristophanes' Plutus
- Aristophanes' Birds
- Aristophanes' Birds (2)
- Aristophanes' Lysistrata
INDA Season in Siracusa:
INDA Season in Segesta:
- Persians in The Hague
- Dyskolos in Amsterdam
- Ifigeneia Konigskind, by Pauline Mol, in Amsterdam
- Philoktetes-variations, based on Gide and Mueller, in Amsterdam
- The Death of Oedipus, an opera by Qu Xiaosong, in Amsterdam
- Call for Papers: Greek Tragedy on the Screen
- New Option for Hydra Workshop of Ancient Greek Theater
- University of Detroit Mercy Classic Theatre Study Abroad Program on Spetses
- Newsletter of the Society for the Study of Greek and Roman Music
- Brass Instruments from Antiquity
- Catalogue of Surviving Auloi
- Conference on Orality and Literacy in Tasmania
- Theatre on Film and Tape Archive
- Network of European Cultural Capitals Antigone
- Teatro della Tosse Eros Mistero
- Seneca Spettacolo in Genova
- Researching the Influence of Medea
- Terence for a Modern Audience in Pretoria
- Theater of War and Healing Project Initiated
- Georg Benda's semi-operatic Medea
- Music Project Launched at UCL
- Death of Giusto Monaco in Italy
- Altena, Herman, Two Antigones in the Netherlands
- Barone, Caterina, Aeschylus' Oresteia in Milan, Italy
- Blyth, Dougal, Euripides' Medea in London, England
- Campbell, Paula, Richard E. Davis' Clytemnestra in San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.
- Gerdes, Mary Womble, Plautus' Puny Punic in Chapel Hill, NC, U.S.A.
- Goetsch, Sallie, Classical Association AGM in Exeter, U.K.
- Kay, Floraine, Euripides' Bacchae in Stony Brook, NY, U.S.A.
- McDonald, Marianne, Churchill and Lan's A Mouthful of Birds in La Jolla, CA, U.S.A.
- Marshall, C.W., Euripides' Hippolytus in Langley, BC, Canada
- Marshall, C.W., Aeschylus' Persians from Utah, U.S.A.
- Mendeloff, Kate, Aristophanes' Wasps in Detroit, MI, U.S.A.
- Rourke, Patrick, Aristophanes' Lysistrata at the Gardner Museum in Boston, MA, U.S.A.
- Sider, David, Euripides' Iphigeneia in Aulis in New York, NY, U.S.A.
- Simonsen, Kathy, Aristophanes' Clouds and Lysistrata in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Slater, Niall, Terence's The Mother-in-Law in Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.