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Epidaurus Encounters
Conor Hanratty, Eleftheria Ioannidou (eds.)
Epidaurus Encounters

Greek Drama, Ancient Theatre and Modern Performance


Broschur, 331

ISBN: 978-3-938880-38-8

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This volume presents a substantial overview of recent postgraduate research carried out in Europe within the areas of Classics and Theatre Studies. In the past decade the encounter between these two disciplines has reinvigorated the study of antiquity and its modern reception. The European Network of Research and Documentation of Performances of Ancient Greek Drama (Arc-Net) has, since its foundation in 1997, greatly enhanced this kind of dialogue between academics and students from different disciplines and universities. Epidaurus has been the site of many such encounters, as it has been the home of the Network‘s highly-successful Summer Course since 2002, bringing together students, theatre professionals and academics from all over Europe. The papers in this volume were given at the first ever Work-in-Progress Forum organised by the Network, marking the fifth anniversary of the Summer Course. As the product of various encounters between ideas, disciplines, research projects and theatre fieldwork itself, the volume aims to foster continued interdisciplinary dialogue and to encourage further encounters among readers in all fields.



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Conor Hanratty is a theatre director from Dublin, Ireland. After gaining a BA at Trinity College in Dublin and an MA at Royal Holloway in London, he spent two years at Waseda University in Tokyo, during which time he interned with the Japanese director Yukio Ninagawa. He then spent two years working in Ireland with various theatre companies, before presenting an acclaimed production of Camus‘ Caligula at the Fringe Festival in 2007 and the Dublin International Theatre Festival in 2008. He currently lives in Los Angeles, where he is completing an MFA in Theatre Directing at UCLA.

Eleftheria Ioannidou is Humboldt Research Fellow at the Department of Theatre Studies of the Free University of Berlin. She holds a degree in Theatre Studies from the University of Athens (2002) and an MA in Theatre Research from Royal Holloway, University of London (2003). D.Phil. in Classics, Oxford University (2007). Her thesis maps out the dialogue between late twentieth-century rewritings of the Greek tragic texts and the theoretical investigations of post-structuralism. She has taught classical reception theory and modern Greek theatre at the departments of Classics and Modern Greek at Oxford and theatre history in secondary education.




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