Euripides' The Phoenician Women at Stratford

Translated by David Thompson
Directed by Katie Mitchell
Presented by the Royal Shakespeare Company

First Performance 10 October, 1995

The Other Place

Tickets UK13-17

Box Office Tel. + 44 (0)1789 295623


Kaboodle in THE BACCHAE

Dancing with a Tyrant

13-14 February
8:00 PM

The Theatre
2 Spring Street
Chipping Norton
Oxfordshire OX7 5NL

Tickets UK7.50, UK5.50 concessions

Box office: (01608) 642350
Fax: (01608) 642324


Ninth London Festival of Greek Drama

14 February-16 March, 1996

Featuring productions, lectures, and more, including:

* The KCL Greek Play (Ajax)
* Chloe Productions' Andromeda
* UCL's Bacchae in translation


Frogs Tour 1996

Royal National Theatre Mobile Production presents:

Aristophanes' Frogs
In a new adaptation by Fiona Laird

8 February to 18 May, 1996

Director: Fiona Laird
Designer: Mark Leese
Lighting: Ian Scott
Music: Fiona Laird
Director of Movement: Jack Murphy
Cast includes Lucy Dixon, Richard Henders, Nicholas Tigg, Flo Wilson

8-10 February
The Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury
Tel. 01227 769075
12-13 February
Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Cranbrook
Tel. 01580 712163
15-17 February
Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton
Tel. 01273 685861
19-21 February
Brewhouse Theatre and Arts Centre, Taunton
Tel. 01823 283244
22-24 February
Bryanston Arts Centre, Blandford
Tel. 01258 456533
27-28 February
The Brewhouse Arts Centre, Burton upon Trent
Tel 01283 516030
1-2 March
Wyeside Arts Centre, Builth Wells
Tel. 01982 552555
4-6 March
Rose Theatre, Ormskirk
Tel. 01695 584480
8-9 March
Brewery Arts Centre, Kendal
Tel. 01539 725133
11-12 March
Lyric Theatre, Belfast
Tel 01232 381081
18-19 March
Christ's Hospital Theatre, Horsham
Tel. 01403 252709
21 March
The Corn Exchange, Newbury
Tel. 01635 522733
22-23 March
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff
Tel. 01222 230451/2
15-16 March/ 26 March-1 April
Cottesloe Theatre, Royal National Theatre, London
Tel. 0171 928 2252
23 April
Royal Forest of Dean College Theatre, Coleford
Tel. 01594 835388
25-26 April
Northumberland Park Community School, Tottenham, London
Tel. 0181 341 4421
29-30 April
Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster
Tel. 01524 594151
2-4 May
Stag Theatre, Sevenoaks
Tel. 01732 450175
7-11 May
Palace Theatre, Watford
Tel. 01923 225671
13-15 May
Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld
Tel. 01236 732887
17-18 May
Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham
Tel. 01434 607272


Ancient Comic Opera Company REOPENS:

Aristophanes' Clouds
Translated and adapted by A.C.O.C.'s founder and artistic director Greg

Starting February 10, 1996


'...the funniest show in town...scabrous, scurrilous and silly...'
Jon Kaplan, NOW Magazine

'...the smartest and silliest musical in town...inspired madness...'
Kate Taylor, The Globe and Mail

'...the theatre seats were as utilitarian as ever...'
Vit Wagner, The Toronto Star



At the Poor Alex Theatre in downtown Toronto
296 Brunswick Avenue (just west of Bloor and Spadina)

Tuesday through Saturday at 8:00 p.m.
Sunday at 2:30 p.m.


as low as $16.50 for groups to $29.50 for adults on Fri/Sat.

(prices include GST, but there is a $1 charge per ticket on phone orders)



416-944-2329 or 1-800-689-3579 from outside Toronto


* Mister transmission
* Classical 96.3 FM Toronto
* HMI Industries Inc.
* Filter Queen


Clouds is a rambunctious musical comedy about Socrates and his fanatical
students in Ancient Athens. While skewering modern university education,
this preposterous play features irreverent parodies of popular songs from
Gilbert and Sullivan, Mozart, Verdi, Bellini, Handel, and Slovenian polkas.
At the Athenian Festival of Dionysos in 423 B.C., Clouds won 3rd prize (out
of 3 plays), but Robic's bold and innovative production captured the Best
Director Award at the 1995 University of Toronto Drama Festival.


Sophocles' OEDIPUS TYRANNOS in Akron, Ohio

In Greek and English
Directed by Wallace Sterling

Feb. 29-March 2, March 7-9, l996

Sandefur Theatre
Guzzetta Hall
The University of Akron
Akron, Ohio

Box Office: 2l6/972-7995
Limited Seating in this Experimental Theatre Space.
For further information contact:
Wallace Sterling



Aquila Productions is a professional British theatre company that
specialises in touring productions of Classical plays.

THE BIRDS 1997 season

Aquila Productions will be touring a brand new production of Aristophanes'
Birds translated by Peter Meineck and directed by Robert Richmond in the
spring of 1997. We are currently taking bookings for this season. Interested
persons should contact Peter Meineck at the adddress below for further


Aquila will be undertaking a short tour of The Iliad this March. We may have
one slot left. Please contact the company for further information. A
finalised tour schedule will be posted shortly.


Aquila are working with The Witte Museum in San Antonio, Texas on an
educational program based around The Iliad and the museum's 'Discovering The
Past' exhibit. This work is aimed at High Schools in the San Antonio area.


Peter Meineck is currently working on a translation of The Oresteia for
Hackett Publishing. We are planning readings of the completed text this
coming summer. We will keep you posted. There are also ambitious plans afoot
to tour the entite Oresteia in 1998.


The video of Aristophanes' Wasps is now available together with Agamemnon,
Ajax, and Frogs. Further information from FCA Inc in New York: or from Aquila.

Aquila Productions USA
603 Cedar Street
San Antonio TX 78210
Tel/Fax 210 534 6884


Actors of Dionysus Spring Tour

Euripides' Trojan Women

19th February-29th March

Includes Queen Margaret's School, Square Chapel Theatre, Merchant Taylors
School, The Old Palace School, The King's School, Amey Hall (Abingdon
School), Priory School, Central Newcastle High School, William Hulme Grammar
School, Bedford High School, Benenden School, Queen's Hall (Queen's College,

Public performance

March 5-7 at 8:00 PM

Rudolf Steiner Theatre
Rudolf Steiner School
35 Park Road
London NW1
(3 minutes walk from Baker Street Underground)

Tickets UK7.00; UK5.00 concessions

Box office: (0171) 723 4400


* 23 February (Square Chapel, Halifax)
David Stuttard, 'From the Judgement of Paris to the Women of Troy'
* 4 March (Amey Hall, Abingdon)
Oswyn Murray, 'Women and War in Ancient Greece'

For further information contact:
The Actors of Dionysus
26, Charlton Street
York YO2 1JN
Tel/Fax (01904) 642 912


Euripides' Medea at Trent University

Presented by the Classics Drama Group
Directed by Martin Boyne and C. W. Marshall

Performances begin at 8:00pm
February 8-13, 1996

The Pit
Lady Eton College
Trent University
Peterborough, Ontario

For more information, contact Martin Boyne at

Plautus' Curculio at Trent University

translated by Peter L. Smith
directed by C. W. Marshall

March 21, 22, 25-27

Admission Free

in front of Bata Library
Trent University
Peterborough, Ontario
and at other locations around Peterborough


Classical Association Annual General Meeting

11-14 April, 1996

University of Nottingham

Drama-related lectures include:

* Dawn Churchill, 'Euripides' Hecuba and his portrayal of female violence'
* Fiona McHardy, 'Violent Femmes: women and revenge in Greek tragedy'
* Elizabeth Moignard, 'Masks'
* Ian Ruffell, 'Symposia in Old Comedy'
* Surya Shaffi, 'Bending, twisting, and reversing gender in Greek tragedy'
* Larry Shenfield, 'A rhetorical puzzle: how voluntary is the sacrifice of Praxithea's daughter in Euripides' Erectheus?
* Spiros Siropoulos, 'The 'prominence' of women in Athenian drama: Alcestis and the oikos'
* Alan Sommerstein, 'Adolescence, ephebeia, and Athenian drama'
* David Wiles, 'The theatricality of Hroswitha'

Conference fee: UK25, Students UK5

To book, contact Dr. J.H. Molyneux
Department of Classics
University of Nottingham
Nottingham NG7 2RD

Deadline for booking: 29 February, 1996



Researchers based at the University of Warwick are preparing an extensive
computer-based collection of theatre-historical material. Their work is
centred on a consortium called THEATRON (Theatre History of Europe:
Architectural and Textual Resources On-line), a collaboration between
Warwick's Department of Theatre Studies, Berlin Architects GMW Partnership,
ABACUS (Architecture and Building Aids Computer Unit Strathclyde), and other
colleagues. The project is preparing extensive data-sets including a large
number of computer animated designs of historic theatres; a visual archives
of theatre- based artifacts; and collections of critical and dramatic texts.
The Consortium will be making its work available in a series of educational
CD-ROMs, and welcomes enquiries and suggestions from students and
researchers in the field of theatre history, and in particular, the ancient
theatre and its legacy.

For further information contact Professor Richard Beacham


Funny Thing happening on Broadway

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
the 1962 musical by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart
based on some plays by Plautus (fairly egregious contaminatio)

Starring Nathan Lane and Mark Linn-Baker
Directed by Jerry Zaks

Opens Thursday, 18 April at 6:45

Performances: Monday through Saturday at 8:00 PM
Wednesdays and Saturdays at 2:00 PM

St. James Theatre
246 W. 44th St., New York City, NY
Tel: (212) 239-6300 (24hr/7days)
Outside metro NYC (800) 432-7250
Groups (212) 302-7000/ (800) 677-1164.
For further information contact: Bill Bly


The Rope by Plautus

Theater Ludicrum
translated by George Bistransin

Wednesday and Thursday April 24 and 25
10:00 AM

The Strand Theater
543 Columbia Road
Dorchester, Massachusetts

a former vaudeville theater located in a Boston neighborhood

For further information contact:

George Bistransin
64 Charlesgate East
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 424-6831


Antigone in New York

Antigone in New York
A tragicomedy about the friendship of a homeless Latina and two Eastern
European emigres.
by Janusz Glowacki
directed by Michael Mayer

Previews through April 22; opens April 23 at 8:00 PM

Performances Tuesday through Saturday at 8:00 PM
Sundays at 3:00 and 7:30 PM

Vineyard Theatre
108 E. 15 St., New York, NY
Tel. (212) 353-3874
For further information contact: Bill Bly

Teaching the Oresteia
A Conference
At Loyola University,
Northwestern University
And the University of Chicago

April 19-21, 1996

Friday, April 19

First Session: 2:30 pm Loyola University: McCormick Lounge, Coffey Hall

2:30: Kathleen McCourt (Dean of College of Arts & Sciences, Loyola): Welcome Catherine
Mardikes: 'Curses in the Choephoroi'

Laura McClure: 'The Language of Clytemnestra'

Helene Foley: Comment

4:30: First Keynote address
Froma Zeitlin, 'Redeeming Matricide? Euripides Re-reads the Oresteia'


Saturday, April 20

Second Session: 9:30 am The University of Chicago: Swift Lecture Hall (third floor)

9:30: Philip Gosset (Dean of Humanities, U. of Chicago): Welcome

Robin Mitchell-Boyask: 'The Marriage of Cassandra'

Sheila Murnaghan: 'Legal Action: The Trial as Theater in the Oresteia'

David Cohen: Comment

12:00-1:00 Lunch

1:00: Second Keynote Address

P.E. Easterling: 'Aeschylus' Furies'

3:00-5:30 Roundtable discussion: 'Teaching the Oresteia'

David Bevington
Helene Foley
Christine Froula
Ahuvia Kahane
Janel Mueller
Stephanie Nelson
James Redfield
Herman Sinaiko


Sunday April 21

Third Session 9:30 am Northwestern University: Norris Center Room 1 B/C

9:30: Christopher Herbert (Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences, Northwestern);

David Rosenbloom: 'Vision and History in the Oresteia'

Thomas Fleming: 'Reconstructing the Music of Aeschylus'

A.J. Podlecki: 'Watching, Waiting, Witchcraft: The Chorus of the Oresteia'

Richard Garner: Comment

12:30-2:00 Lunch

2:00: 'Performing the Oresteia: a Workshop'

Nicholas Rudall (Founding Director, Court Theater; Dept. of Classics, U. of Chicago)

Peter Meineck (Producing Director, Aquila Productions; Visiting Scholar, U. of Texas at

3:00 Third Keynote Address:

Simon Goldhill: 'Power and Politics and the Oresteia'

Martin Mueller: Response


This conference is free and open to the public. Lunch can be purchased both at the
University of Chicago and at Northwestern University on Saturday and Sunday. For
information about attending the conference, please contact:

Prof. Kirk Ormand, Dept. of Classics, Loyola University, 6525 N. Sheridan Rd.,
Chicago, IL 60626 (312-508-3654;

Prof. Laura Slatkin, Dept. of Classics, 1050 E. 59th St., Chicago, IL 60637 (312-702-

Prof. Robert Wallace, Dept. of Classics, Northwestern University, Evanston IL 60208


INDA productions at Syracuse

The Istituto Nazionale del Dramma Antico presents:

Aeschylus' Coefore
Euripides' Medea

Performed on alternate evenings from 16 May to 18 June

Performances begin at 6:00 PM in May and 6:30 PM in June

The ancient theater at Syracuse
Siracusa, Sicily

Tickets from L.20,000 to L.60,000

For further information contact:

Istituto Nazionale del Dramma Antico
29 Corso G. Matteoti
96100 Siracusa
Telephone 0931/67415; Fax 0931/21424


Thomas A. Pallen
Professor of Theatre History
Austin Peay State University
Clarksville, TN 37044


Antigone in Missouri

ANTIGONE, Sophocles
directed by George Keathley

Through April 21, 1996

Missouri Repertory Theatre
Kansas City, MO

Tel. (816) 235-2700


Gospel in Austin

THE GOSPEL AT COLONUS (Sophocles' Oedipus at Colonus)
adaptation and lyrics by Lee Breuer (of Mabou Mines);
music by Bob Telson
directed by Dave Steakley

Through May 19

Zachary Scott Theatre Center
Austin TX

Box office: (512) 476-0541


Mostellaria at Rugby School

Plautus' Mostellaria
in English and Latin

Thursday 13 June at 5:00 PM
Friday 14 June at 7:30 PM

Tickets £2

Macready Theatre
Rugby School
20/22 Horton Crescent
Rugby CV22 5DJ

For further information contact John King
Tel. +44 (0)1788 578006 daytime
+44 (0)1788 573067 evenings


Ancient Theater in London

New Playwrights, Ancient Sources
Sponsored by the Gate Theatre

May 15-June 15
Phaedra's Love by Sarah Kane
(based on Euripides' Hippolytus)

June 19-July 13
The Invisible Woman by Paul Godfrey
(based on Terence's Hecyra)

July 17-Aug. 17
The Decameron adapted and directed by Nick Ward

Box Office: +44 (0)171-229-5387


Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama

The Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama is to be established in
Oxford under the Joint Directorship of Dr Edith Hall (Somerville College)
and Dr Oliver Taplin (Magdalen College). The Leverhulme Trust has made a
grant to cover the employment of a full-time Researcher (or possibly two
part-time Researchers) for three years. The Archive will be accomodated, for
the time being, in the European Humanities Research Centre at 37A St Giles,
Oxford OX1 3LD. Numbers for telephone, fax, e-mail, etc. will be available
shortly. The Researcher(s) should be appointed in early July 1996 to start
work by October 1996.

The central task of the Archive will be to accumulate and make a database of
all available documentation of all productions in any country throughout the
world from the Renaissance to the present day. Documentation will include
texts (especially prompt books, etc.), publicity, programmes, reviews,
reports, films, videos and other sorts of recording. While the surviving
tragedies and comedies of Greece and Rome will form the core of the Archive,
there will obviously be some extension into, for example, performances of
non-dramatic works, performances in antiquity, and into other related
productions, including operas, plays and films which are based on or
inspired by Greek and Roman drama.

It is one of our first tasks to build up an extensive international network
of contacts. This will be, in the first instance, for the accumulation of
material, but we also intend, among other activities, to hold a large
international meeting, probably in 1998. Fuller announcements and details
will be broadcast in due course. In the meantime, the Joint Directors would
be grateful for any suggestions, names of possible contacts, etc.

Please direct your enquiries to:

Oliver Taplin
Magdalen College
Oxford OX1 4AU
Tel. +44 (0)1865 276069
Fax +44 (0)1865 276094

Or e-mail the editors (


Researcher: Performances of Greek and Roman Drama

University of Oxford
Faculty of Literae Humaniores

Applications are invited for the post of researcher to work on a project on
the History of the Performances of Greek and Roman Drama, under the
supervision of Drs O. Taplin and E. Hall. The post is funded by the
Leverhulme Trust for 3 years from 1 October 1996. The successful candidate
is likely to have a research qualification in Classics, Performance Studies,
Comparative Literature or English Literature.

There is a possibility of the post being held on a job-share basis:
part-time applications will therefore be considered as well as full-time.
Salary on grade RS1A, in the range £14,317-£16,628 (pro rata) (under
review). Applications (3 copies, or one from overseas), consisting of a CV
and the names and addresses of two referees, should be sent by 28 June to Ms
Jenny Nix, Secretary, Literae Humaniores Board, University Offices,
Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JD (Tel. +44 (0)1865 270214; Fax +44 (0)1865
270708), from whom further particulars are available. Applicants should
arrange for their referees to write to Ms Nix by the same date.

The University exists to promote excellence in education and research, and
is an equal opportunities employer.


Script in search of a stage

Bill Bly of NYU's Tisch School of Drama has made his 'Greek Travesty'
Euripides in N Town available on the WWW and is eager to have people produce

For further information please contact the playwright at


Aristophanes in Dunedin

Otago University Classics Department presents

Aristophanes' Thesmophoriazusae

From 24 July to 28 July 1996

The Playhouse Theatre
Albany Street

Special Rates for School Parties

Full details from the Department

PH. +64 3 479 8709
Fax +64 3 479 9029


DRAMA 1996: Sophocles' Electra in Performance

Sophocles' Electra in Performance
Thematic issue of DRAMA (vol 4, 1996)
ISBN 3-476-45146-6
Edited by Francis M. Dunn

This interdisciplinary collection reflects the different approaches and
contributions of classical scholars, translators, adapters, directors, and
actors in the understanding and staging of Greek tragedy. The focus upon a
single play makes possible fruitful exchange among the practitioners of
different disciplines, showing how scholars and theatre artists can learn
from one another.

Contributions by Anne Carson, Don Taylor, Robert Auletta, Michael Walton,
Rush Rehm, Jennifer March, Karelisa Hartigan, Mark Ringer, Ann Woodworth,
Dawn Mora, David Downs, Fiona Shaw, Michael Cacoyannis, Francis Dunn and
Marianne McDonald.

To order please contact the publisher:

M&P Verlag
Postfach 10 32 41
D-70028 Stuttgart
FAX +49 711 21 94-119

For further information contact Francis Dunn


Call for Papers

'Crossing the Stages: The Production, Performance and Reception of Ancient

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
23-26 October, 1997
The conference will address issues related to the performance and
reception of Greek and Roman plays in both ancient and modern times. In
addition to paper sessions, there will be one or more workshops on the
performance of ancient plays and (it is hoped) a local production (play
yet to be determined).

Papers and proposals are sought in the following areas:

* The Archaeology of the Ancient Stage: Literary and Archaeological Evidence Relating to Ancient Theatrical Performance
* The Conventions and Costumes of the Ancient Stage: Analytical and Comparative Studies
* Ancient Drama as a Mode of Social, Cultural, and Political Discourse
* Cult, Religion, and Ritual Practices in Greek and Roman Drama
* Spectatorship and Classical Drama: Audience and Reception (ancient and/or modern)
* The 'Translation' of Ancient Drama: Greek and Roman Plays in Later Cultural Contexts
* Modern Productions of Ancient Plays: Issues and Solutions
* Ancient Greek and Roman Plays on Film
* Workshops on the Translation and Performance of Ancient Plays

Deadline for Submissions: 1 October 1996

Submissions should be no more than 800 words in length and can be in
electronic or printed form. Please send them to Professor John Porter at the
address below.

Graduate students are encouraged to apply.

For more information, please contact:

Professor John Porter
Department of Classics
University of Saskatchewan
9 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, SK

Phone: (306) 966-4781
Fax: (306) 966-8839

or visit the conference's WWW site at:


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Ancient Theater CD from UPenn

The University of Pennsylvania Museum Press has just begun to distribute a new CD-ROM on the Ancient Greek Theater.

For details please contact:
Karen Vellucci
Managing Editor

The CD will be reviewed in a later issue of Didaskalia


Lysistrata in Warwick

Practical Passion Presents
Aristophanes' Lysistrata
directed by Paul Atkins

The Court House
High Street Warwick

11th-13th July 1996

£6.00 (£3.00 concessions)
Tickets available from Warwick Festival
Box Office (01926) 496277/408187
or on the door


Research Assistant: Ancient Theatre and its Legacy

University of Warwick Research Assistant (Half-time) School of Theatre
Studies To work on a project creating an extensive architectural database of
computer-generated 3-D models of historic theatres. In addition digital
images and textual material will be collected and used in a CD-ROM, 'Ancient
Theatre and its Legacy.' You should be creative and versatile and if
appropriate will be encouraged to enrol for a higher degree at the
University. You should have some combination of skills and experience in
such areas as CD authoring and multimedia, 3-D graphics or modelling, VR, or
digital image-processing.

The post, funded by the British Academy, will be tenable from October 1996
for two years, half-time, at a salary of £15,986 pa (pro-rata) on the
Research 1B scale.

Applications forms and further particulars from the Personnel Office,
University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL (telephone 01203 523627) quoting
ref: 46/3A/95 (please mark clearly on envelope). Closing date for
applications 12 July 1996.


Announcing E-Script

E-script, the internet's scriptwriting workshop, is accepting registrations
for its Summer '96 pilot workshops, beginning July 15th. There are four
workshops: Introductory and Advanced Playwriting, and Introductory and
Advanced Screenwriting. Faculty include Gerry Potter, Frank Moher, Suzann
Finlay and James DeFelice.

You can visit the E-script website at Or E-mail
Frank Moher directly at to request information.


Medea in the Mirror

Medea in the Mirror
By Jose Triana
Translated by Gwynne Edwards
Presented by the Talawa Theatre Company

From 1 July 1996

Brixton Shaw Theatre
The Brix
St. Matthews
Brixton Hill
Tel. +44 (0)171 274 6470


Winter in Western Australia

This June and July, Judith Maitland will direct two productions; the first
is by invitation, for the Graduate Dramatic society and is to be Euripides'
Medea. In July, the Department of Classics and Ancient history at the
University of Western Australia will present their annual comedy,
Aristophanes' Lysistrata.

Direction and translation: Judith Maitland
Music: Philip Korn

The players will be masked and the chorus will comprise six members and a
chorus leader.

Director: Judith Maitland
Translation: John Melville Jones
Crudification: Judith Maitland
Music: Philip Korn
Choreography of a kind: Judith Maitland

Fast, funny, rude and filled with music.

For further information contact Judith Maitland


The Oedipus Plays

Oedipus the King and Oedipus at Colonus
In a new translation by Ranjit Bolt
Directed by Peter Hall
Featuring Alan Howard

Royal National Theatre
In Repertoire from 7 September

Matinees £6.50, Evenings £8.50
Discounts for school/student groups of 12 or more

Box Office +44 (0)171 928 2252


Medea in St. Andrews

Euripides' Medea

9 September

14:30 and 20:00

Crawford Arts Centre
93 North St.
St. Andrews
KY16 9AL
Tel. +44 (0)1334 474 610