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Greek Tragedy at the National Theatre  - 1964-2014

Greek tragedy has been part of the National Theater's repertoire since the company formed.  Its first performance of a Greek tragedy, Sophocles' Philoctetes, was in 1964.  This exhibit explores how the challenges of staging Greek tragedy have been met on the National Theater's stages through four themes; performance space, setting (the worold of the play), chorus and masks.  Google Arts & Culture features content from over...

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