DIDASKALIA VOLUME 13 (2016–2017)

Volume 13 (2016–2017)

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

[PDF of entire volume, 96pp, 33MB]

13.01 Review - Apollonius’ Argonautika at Gustavus Adolphus College [PDF]
Eric Dugdale and William Riihiluoma
13.02 Review - Sophocles’ Philoctetes at Aquila Theatre [PDF]
Tony Tambasco
13.03 Review - Trachiniae at Minor Latham Playhouse, New York [PDF]
Claire Catenaccio
13.04 Review - Rhesus at Aristotle's Lyceum [PDF]
Scott Andrew Cally
13.05 Review - 52nd Season of Classical Plays at the Greek Theatre in Syracuse: Sophocles’ Electra, Euripides’ Alcestis [PDF]
Caterina Barone
13.06 Conversation - Deus Ex Machina at the Long Center for Performing Arts, Austin, Texas [PDF]
Liz Fisher, Robert Matney, Paul Woodruff, Lucia Woodruff
13.07 Gamel Panel - Performance, Politics, Pedagogy: a Tribute to Mary-Kay Gamel [PDF]
C.W. Marshall
13.08 Gamel Panel - Raising the Stakes: Mary-Kay Gamel and the Academic Stage [PDF]
Amy R. Cohen
13.09 Gamel Panel - Navigating Tricky Topics: The Benefits of Performance Pedagogy [PDF]
Christopher Bungard
13.10 Gamel Panel - Sophocles after Ferguson: Antigone in St. Louis, 2014 [PDF]
Timothy Moore
13.11 Gamel Panel - The Authenticity of Mary-Kay Gamel [PDF]
Ruby Blondell
13.12 Review - Two Tragic Worlds of Soldiers: Not Man Apart Physical Theatre Ensemble’s Ajax in Iraq [PDF]
Yuko Kurahashi
13.13 Imperial Pantomime and Satoshi Miyagi’s Medea [PDF]
William A. Johnson
13.14 Review - Sophocles’ Electra at the Dallas Theater Center [PDF]
Thomas E. Jenkins
13.15 Valedictory from the Editor [PDF]
Amy R. Cohen