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The productions referred to in the article and the interviews with Jane Montgomery are documented in the Open University Research Project on the Reception of Classical Texts at: http://www2.open.ac.uk/ClassicalStudies/GreekPlays. The text of the paper given in Cambridge in October 2001 has been slightly expanded to take account of the post-production reflections of the Director in her interview of February 2002, which responded to questions posed in the original paper.
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