The internationally award-winning Izumi Ashizawa will collaborate with Cypriot theatre company Belacqua Theatre to stage Euripides' Bacchae
this week, combining the techniques of Japanese Noh theatre and ancient Greek drama.
WHO in ancient Greece wrote Trojan Women, Electra and The Bacchae
? WHAT is the translation of the Latin phrase 'tempus fugit'?
Alan Tongue has assembled performing editions, from the composer's short score and parts kept in the British Library, giving us an hour's music for The Bacchae
, Electra and Iphigenia in Tauris.
410 BC) (255-70); Orestes (408 BC) (271-90); The Cyclops (date unknown: 408 BC?) (291-300); Iphigenia in Aulis (presented posthumously in 405 BC) (301-12); The Bacchae
(presented posthumously in 405 BC) (313-44).
Ardor is the fourth play by Matthew Gasda to make its debut in New York 2016, following his original dramas Messages and Denmark and his award-winning adaptation of The Bacchae
. Gasda also directed Howard Brenton's 1983 drama, Bloody Poetry, this past August, at The Brooklyn Art Library, and is the author of two well-received novels: Moon on Water and Sonata for Piano and Violin.
My bottom's starring role THE BACCHAE
Having conquered Broadway and Hollywood, Alan Cumming returned to the Scottish stage in 2007 with The Bacchae
, an ancient Greek tragedy brought right up to date.
Summary: In the classical Greek tragedy The Bacchae
, the god Dionysus, powered by a thirst for vengeance, battles the inflexible and closed-minded King Pentheus for the soul of Thebes.
In order to meet them, Moore engaged in a wild mash-up of representation from the ancient world, influenced most especially by the idea of the "oneness" of "earth" and "ether" explored in The Bacchae
I even acted for Anton Juan in 'The Bacchae
' with Ishmael Bernal, he recalls.
1) Euripides, because The Bacchae
lacks the Dionysiac element.
Director: Holly Race Roughan A reworking of Euripides' The Bacchae
in collaboration with the Royal Court Theatre What's the play about?
So let us look at the most famous play about Dionysos--Euripides' Bacchae
. It was probably the last tragedy he wrote and was written in Macedonia where he died.