“Tragedy is, then,…” The origin and evolution of the Ancient Greek Theatre – 28/04/2014

In a period where both theatre and city of Athens reached the maximum of their prime, the three great Tragic Poets Aeschylos, Sofokles and Evripides marked with their works the history of the Ancient Greek Theatre.

From “Prometheus Bound” to “Oedipus the King” and from “Hecuba” and “Medea” to “The Persians”, “Antigone” and “The Bacchae” the three Greek tragic poets composed tragedies that elevate man and guide him in greater knowledge of the Self.

What do all these have to do with us today? And, eventually, how do they reach our time united with our breath, tradition and pulse?

Join us to watch works of poets that remained in history of all times!

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