DIDASKALIA

VOLUME I #5 DECEMBER 1994

Embodying Ancient Theater

The past couple of months have seen a prodigious amount of ancient theater produced, as the reviews in this issue will testify. The past couple of weeks have been a crash-course in unix and hypertext markup language for your harried editor, who will soon be unable to converse in any language but technobabble. [ Read more ]...

'A Site-Specific Prometheus'
Bill Conte

'Animating Ancient Theater Through Computer Graphics: A Conversation'
Stefan Didak andSallie Goetsch

'Transcending the Barriers--The Cambridge Greek Play'
Dictynna Hood

'Use of the Chorus in the Inner Stage Production of MacEwen's The Trojan Women'
Claire Humphrey

"Aeschylus' Persians when the Ink is Still Wet'
Emilie M. van Opstall

Theater Reviews

Sophocles' Women of Trachis in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
M.C. Bolton

Sophocles' Antigone in Chelsea (London), England ,
Sallie Goetsch

Aeschylus' Oresteia in Edinburgh, Scotland
Antony Keen

Greek Plays at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Antony Keen

Aristophanes' Lysistrata in Manchester, England
Antony Keen

Oh Antigone in Gorham, Maine, U.S.A.
Assunta Kent

Euripides' Andromaque in Avignon, France
Kenneth Krauss

Casina and Samia in Malibu, California, U.S.A.
Marianne McDonald

Scenes from Antigone and Lysistrata in San Diego, California, U.S.A.
Marianne McDonald

Sophocles' Philoctetes in Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.
Kate Mendeloff

Euripides' Medea in Cape Town, South Africa
Margaret Mezzabotta

A One-Man Oresteia in Israel
Hanna Scolnicov

Euripides' Ion in Cambridge, England
Niall W.Slater

Euripides' Medea in Cape Town, South Africa
Betine Van Zyl Smit

Book Reviews/Previews

Review of Meier, Political Art of Greek Tragedy
Geoffrey Bakewell

Review of West, Ancient Greek Music
William O. Beeman

Review of Aristophanes and Menander: New Comedy and Cornford's The Origins of Attic Comedy (with a new introduction by Jeffrey Henderson)
C.W. Marshall

Performances

Conferences and Resources

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