DIDASKALIA

VOLUME V #1 SUMMER 2001

Otago

This volume is necessarily incomplete, pending the arrival of materials from some contributors, but it does give some sense of the volume as it will be. The issue will continue to grow as new materials come in, and the whole site will continue to expand rapidly over the coming days and weeks. Many thanks to those who have provided articles, abstracts, images and video clips to date, and who have persevered with us through the labyrinths of data and metadata specifications! Particular thanks to John Barsby for taking this journey with us, and for being such a gentle travelling companion. [ Read more ]...

Playing around with Plautus, or "How can I be expected to act in front of all these people"
Postlude: Stage Setting and Space
Richard Beacham

The Masks of Pseudolus
Paul Monaghan

The Experience of an Academic in the Rehearsal Room
Oliver Taplin

Lyrics for Aristophanes
Gail Tatham

Vanguard Theatre Interpreting Classics: Ways of Classical Drama of Antiquity in Russia 1910-1920s
On Tairov's Phaedra in Kamerny Theatre (Moscow)
Dmitry Trubotchkin

Abstracts

(Re)Inventing Euripides' Bacchae
Robin Bond

From Athens to Magna Graecia: Dramatic Vision
Chris Dearden

Performance-Based Research into Greek Drama: What are its Limitations?
Michael Ewans

Plautus Plays Parnassus: Scripts, Books and the Making of Literature
Sander Goldberg

Performing Greek tragedy: a director's view
Elric Hooper

Oedipus at this point in time: Divine Will on a Secular Stage
Harry Love

Greek Drama in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe
Jessie Maritz

Antigone in Otago
Lilicherie McGregor

The Plautine Persona
Paul Monaghan

The University of Melbourne Roman theatres project: reality and virtual reality
Frank Sear

Cutting Comedies
Ian Storey

Masks for Menander: Imaging and Imagining Greek Comedy
Richard Williams

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