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Theater/Dance Review (NYC): ‘Alcestis Ascending: A Rock Myth’

alcestis

A bilingual Cuban/American production presents the Greek myth through vibrant theater and artful, earthy dance. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Bacchae by Euripides at the Secret Theatre

Smart staging and physical comedy make this an accessible if grisly piece of ancient Greek theater for a modern audience. Read More »

Interview: Edward Einhorn, Artistic Director of UTC61, on Directing Greek Drama

Mob rule, Euripides, and the Arab Spring in a new production of Iphigenia in Aulis at La Mama. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Iphigenia in Aulis

One of the most emotional plays in the canon of ancient Greek theater receives an artful production at La Mama. Read More »

On Loyalty, Politics, and Statehood

The days of the state as the predominant political institution of our time are numbered. Read More »

Theatre Revew (Malibu): Helen by Euripides and Nick Salamone at The Getty Villa

Jon Lawrence Rivera presents a reimagined and rather whacked-out version of Euripides' alternate Helen of Troy legend. Read More »

Quantum of Solace: The Making of Modern Consciousness, Part I

Take solace in the fact that humanity is on the march. The million dollar question is: will it continue? Read More »