Oxford University's Agamemnon, a performance history

The Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (APGRD) has released the first part of its latest multimedia ebook: Agamemnon, a performance history. Using digital archival objects, film and audio clips, and bespoke interviews, the ebook forms an interactive, navigable experience for students and theatre practitioners to familiarise themselves with the rich performance history of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon.

Agamemnon, a performance history: Beginnings & Whose Play? can be downloaded for free from Apple Books.

An EPUB version for android and PC will follow.

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ebook cover: Agamemnon, a performance history
page: Clytemnestra's Triumph
page: The Cambridge Festival Theatre

© APGRD, 2020. Illustrations © Thom Cuschieri

Oxford University's Medea, a performance history

Medea, a performance history is the first interactive/multimedia ebook from the University of Oxford's Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (APGRD). Drawing on a unique collection of archival material and research at the APGRD, the ebook uses images, film, audio and newly commissioned interviews and digital objects to explore the rich production history of Euripides' Medea, a controversial play that has inspired countless interpretations, onstage and onscreen, in dance, drama and opera across the globe from antiquity to the present. Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the APGRD's ebook is free to download as either an iBook for Apple devices or as an EPUB

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© APGRD, 2016. Illustrations © Thom Cuschieri