DIDASKALIA

LISTINGS

PERFORMANCES: NORTH AMERICA


CANADA


Sophocles' *Antigone*
Directed by Paul Templin
Produced by the Hart House Players

Thurs 23-Sat.25 February, 1995
8:00 PM

Tickets Can$10 adults, Can$8 students and seniors

Hart House Theatre
King's College Circle
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario

For further information call: (416) 978-8668


*The Frogs* and *The Assemblywomen* by Aristophanes.
Directed by Greg Robic
Produced by the Ancient Comic Drama Company

Thurs. 23-Sat. 25 February
Thurs. 2-Sat.4 March, 1995
8:00 PM

St. Michael's College Theatre
St. Joseph's St. just E. of Queen's Park Crescent
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario

The agon in *Frogs* will be between Wagner and A.S. Sullivan, of Gilbert &Sullivan.

For further information call: (416) 926-1300 x3325


UNITED STATES


*Philoctetes in Vietnam*
An Adaptation of Sophocles' *Philoctetes*
Directed by Kate Mendeloff

April 21-23

Trueblood Theatre
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI

For further information contact
Kate Mendeloff: mendelof@umich.edu
Tel. (313) 995-8954


Euripides' *Hecuba*
Translated and adapted by Timberlake Wertenbaker
Directed by Carey Perloff (ACT Artistic Director)

Presented by the American Conservatory Theater,

Previews begin 27 April, performances 3 May to 4 June

Center for the Arts Theater
Yerba Buena Gardens
San Francisco

Hecuba will be played by Olympia Dukakis. Original score by David Lang sung by choral group Kitka, with movement by choreographer Margaret Jenkins.


Euripides' *Bacchae*
Directed by J. Stephen Crosby
Produced by the Division of Performing Arts/Theatre Dept.
(a religious, cult-ritual adaptation)

April 20 - 23; Thursday - Sunday (matinee)

Alfred University
Division of Performing Arts
26 N. Main St.
Alfred, N.Y.

For further information, call: (607) 871-2251


WELLESLEY GREEK PLAY

Aristophanes' *Birds*

Spring 1995

Wellesley College
Wellesley, MA

Details will be available from
Jennifer Arnott
E-mail: jarnott@wellesley.edu


Aristophanes' *Lysistrata*
Translated by Ranjit Bolt
Directed by Maggie McClellan

June 2-4, 1995

Wright State University
Dayton, OH
For further information contact:
MMCCLELLAN@DESIRE.WRIGHT.EDU


UTAH CLASSICAL GREEK THEATRE FESTIVAL TOUR

Euripides' *Bacchae*
Translated by Robert Bagg
Directed by Kenneth Washington

An orientation lecture, 'Themes and Dramatic Strategies in Euripides' *Bacchae*, illustrated with slides, will introduce each residency and is sponsored by the Utah Humanities Council.

For more information contact:
Jim Svendsen
Department of Languages and Literatures
153 Orson Spencer Hall
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Tel. (801) 581-7561
Fax. (801) 581-7581

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