It's Greek to Me

What do you actually know about Greek theatre? For this filmed project, students learned the actual history of Greek Theatre, discovering that the Greeks were not, in fact, the first people to "do theatre." Students selected scenes and monologues from the Oedipus cycle and performed those selections along with personal responses (in creative form) that examine their own connection to or disconnection from the material. Performers speak back to Sophocles from 2020, examining the lasting legacy of the great myth of Greek theatre. The film includes cast members performing both their Greek selections and their own creative responses.

Directed by: 
Amy Osatinski
November 23, 2020 - 7:30pm
Strayer Wood Theatre
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