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Bakkhai —Euripides, author.

"A stunning, new translation by the poet and classicist Anne Carson, first performed in 2015 at the Almeida Theatre in London. Anne Carson writes, "Euripides was a playwright of the fifth century BC who reinvented Greek ...

The Trojan women a comic —Euripides, author.
Graphic Novel
2021
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"Here is a new comic-book version of Euripides's classic The Trojan Women, which follows the fates of Hekabe, Andromache, and Kassandra after Troy has been sacked and all its men killed. This collaboration between the vi...

Bacchae —Euripides, author.

This stunning translation by award-winning poet, Robin Robertson reinvigorates Euripides' masterpiece. Updated for contemporary readers, Robertson brings the ancient verse to fervid, brutal life, revealing a work of art ...

Medea

To win back his kingdom, Jason must enlist the help of Medea, a powerful sorceress. But when Jason scorns her for another woman, she unleashes a firestorm of revenge.

Norma Jeane Baker of Troy : a version of Euripides's Helen —Carson, Anne, 1950- author.

Norma Jeane Baker of Troy is a meditation on the destabilizing and destructive power of beauty, drawing together Helen of Troy and Marilyn Monroe, twin avatars of female fascination separated by millennia but united in m...

Medea —Euripides.

First performed in Athens, 431 B.C., this classic play is one of the most searingly intense of all Greek tragedies. Spurned by the husband whose life she saved, the celebrated sorceress of legend plans a terrible reveng...

Medea —Euripides, author.

"Medea is a wife and a mother. When her husband abandons his family for a new life, she exacts an appalling revenge and destroys everything she holds dear. Ben Power's version of Euripides' tragedy Medea premiered at the...

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