DIDASKALIA VOLUME 15 (2019)

Volume 15 (2019)

Didaskalia is an academic journal dedicated to the study of ancient theatre and its legacy in performance.

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15.15 Review - Martha Graham Dance Company - Graham’s Greeks [PDF]
Nina Papathanasopoulou
15.14 Article - Behind the Schemes: UVM’s Production of Euripides’ Helen (March 22–25, 2018) [PDF]
John C. Franklin
15.13 Article - "Why We Build the Wall": Theatrical Space in Hadestown [PDF]
Claire Catennacio
15.12 Article - Robert Icke and the Gesher Theatre’s Oresteia, 2018–19. [PDF]
Lisa Maurice
15.11 Article - Re-Appropriating Phaedra: Euripides, Seneca, and Racine in Avra Sidiropoulou’s Phaedra I [PDF]
Eleonora Colli
15.10 Review - Luis Alfaro's Mojada at The Public Theater [PDF]
Emily Jusino
15.09 Review - Ellen McLaughlin's Oresteia at Shakespeare Theater Company [PDF]
Jocelyn R. Moore
15.08 Review - Sophocles' Antigone at Hartke Theater [PDF]
Patricia M. Craig
15.07 Review - Aeschylus Oresteia at Watts Theatre [PDF]
Laura Gawlinski
15.06 Article - Hecuba: A Film Record [PDF]
Patrick Wang
15.05 Review - Euripides' Medea at Randolph College [PDF]
A. C. Duncan
15.04 Review - Euripides' Herakles by Barnard Columbia Ancient Drama [PDF]
Timothy J. Moore
15.03 Review - Antigone: A First for the American Shakespeare Center [PDF]
C. Michael Stinson
15.02 Review - Euripides' Orestes at Hellenikon Idyllion [PDF]
Richard Hutchins
15.01 Review - Aristophanes in Motion: Onassis Cultural Center's The Birds [PDF]
Fiona Harris Ramsby
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