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A stage for Dionysos
Theatrical Space & Ancient Drama
In this collective work, scholars from different disciplines discuss the staging of ancient drama in Greece and abroad, as well as the architecture, restoration and use of ancient theatres.
at the Opera
This specific edition profiles ten leading figures in the world of fashion, together with their dazzling costume designs which they created for operas staged at the most prestigious opera houses in the world. Furthermore, interviews, conducted by the author, with the designers are included, which illuminate the journey that led each of them to the opera as well as the challenges they faced.
Panorama of Greek Actors15.90€
and memorable performances of the 20th century
A collective work on the contribution of the Greek theatre to society from the late 19th to the late 20th century, as well as on the correspondence between theatrical performances and national, political and social events in the 20th century.
Greek Μyths and Αncient Drama
The relation between tragedy and opera is as old as opera itself. Opera was born out of experiments by Italian scholars of the Renaissance relating to the nature of ancient tragedy and ways in which it could be performed, and in some cases, derived their subject matter from ancient legends.