Washington Post Article: How Women are Reinventing Classical Greek Myths

In her Washington Post article, critic of classical music Anne Midgette offers her perspective on how women are creating new reinterpretations of ancient Greek literature.


Classics Article to Ponder: Review of Greek Tragedy Performances in America and France

Be sure to take a look at Prof. Anne-Sophie Noel’s insightful and illuminating review/comparison between three productions of Greek tragedies that were presented this summer in Washington, D.C., Lyon, and Paris.

“Nevertheless They Persisted: Hecuba/Helen” – Stanford Rep Delivers Engaging Interpretation of Greek Tragedy

Last month, I was given the opportunity to catch a fantastic performance of Stanford Repertory Theater’s “Nevertheless They Persisted: Euripides’ Hecuba/Helen.” This combined production of two Greek tragedies was adapted and directed by Rush Rehm, Stanford professor of theater and Classics and specialist in Greek tragedy.