Theatre of Dionysus (Athens, Attica)

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Performance Year(s) Festival/Occasion People involved
Unknown (between 535 and 532 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 535 and 532 BC City Dionysia Thespis
Unknown (between 523 and 520 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 523 and 520 BC City Dionysia Choerilus
Alope between 523 and 465 BC City Dionysia Choerilus
Egyptians between 511 and 476 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Actaeon between 511 and 476 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Alcestis between 511 and 476 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Antaeus (Libyans) between 511 and 476 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Danaids between 511 and 476 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Persians between 511 and 476 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Women of Pleuron between 511 and 476 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Tantalus between 511 and 476 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Atalanta between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Iphigenia between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Nemea between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Sisyphus between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Bacchae between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Cabeiri between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Nereids between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Telephus between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Bassarids between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Callisto between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Niobe between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Tenes between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Glaucus the Sea God between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Carians between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Xantriai (Wool-carders) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Toxotides (Archeresses) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Dicktyoulkoi (Net-haulers) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Cercyon between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Hoplon Crisis (Award of the Arms) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Philoctetes between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Nurses of Dionysus between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Kerykes (Heralds) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Ostologoi (Bone-Gatherers) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Hypsipyle between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Eleusinians between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Circe between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Palamedes between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Prometheus Bound between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Phorcides between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Epigonoi between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Cretan Women between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Pentheus between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Phrygians (the Ransom of Hector) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Edonians between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Cycnus between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Perrhaebian Women between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Psychagogoi (Ghost-raisers) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Unknown (between 499 and 496 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 499 and 496 BC City Dionysia Pratinas
Unknown (between 499 and 498 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 499 and 498 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Heliades (Daughters of the Sun) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Lion between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Penelope between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Psychostasia (Weighing of the Souls) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Unknown (between 499 and 496 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 499 and 496 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Heracleidae (Children of Heracles) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Women of Lemnos between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Polydectes between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Oreithyia between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Unknown (between 499 and 496 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 499 and 496 BC City Dionysia Choerilus
Thalamopoioi (Chamber-makers) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Lycurgus between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Prometheus Luomenos (Unbound) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Theoroi between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Memnon between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Prometheus Pyrphoros (The Fire-Bearer) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Alcmene between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Athamas between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Thracian Women between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Myrmidons between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Propompoi (The Escort) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Women of Argos between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Priestesses between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Mysians between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Women of Salamis between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Dymaenae (Caryatides) between 499 and 467 BC City Dionysia Pratinas
Argo between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Ixion between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Youths between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Semele (Water-Carriers) between 499 and 456 BC Aeschylus
Sack of Miletus 492 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Unknown (484 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 484 BC Dionysia Aeschylus
Unknown (between 483 and 473 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 483 and 473 BC City Dionysia Euetes
Unknown (between 483 and 482 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 483 and 482 BC City Dionysia Choerilus
Unknown (482 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 482 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Unknown (482 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 482 BC City Dionysia Choerilus
Unknown (between 482 and 471 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 482 and 471 BC City Dionysia Polyphrasmon
Unknown (482 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 482 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Phoenician Women 476 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus, Themistocles
Persians 472 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus, Pericles
Glaucus of Potniae 472 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus, Pericles
Prometheus Pyrkaeus (The fire-kindler) 472 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus, Pericles
Phineus 472 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus, Pericles
Unknown (471 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 471 BC City Dionysia Polyphrasmon
Unknown (between 470 and 468 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 470 and 468 BC City Dionysia [...]ippus
Aegeus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Phaeacians between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Achilleos Erastai (Lovers of Achilles) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Eurysaces between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Cedalion between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Momus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Procris between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Ethiopians between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Phaedra between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Bacchae between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Heracleiskos (Infant Heracles) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Clytemnestra between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Nauplius between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Rhizotomoi (Root-cutters) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Salmoneus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Aichmalotides (Captive Women) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Phthiotides (Women of Phthia) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Daedalus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Heracles between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Colchides (Women of Colchis) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Nausicaa (Pluntriai) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Sinon between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Acrisius between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Philoctetes at Troy between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Danae between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Erigone between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Creusa between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Neoptolemus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
The Scythians between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Aleadai (Sons of Aleus) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Phineus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Dionysiskos (Infant Dionysus) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Theseus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Crisis (Judgement) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Niobe between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Sisyphus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Alexander between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Phoenix between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Dolopians between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Thyestes between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Triptolemus 468 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Niptra (Footwashing) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Scyrioi (Men of Scyros) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Alcmaeon between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Phrixus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
The Demand for Helen's return between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Inachus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Unknown (468 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 468 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Lacainai (Laconian Women) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Odysseus Akanthoplex (Wounded with the spine) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Syndeipnoi (Those who dine together) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Amycus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Phrygians between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
The Rape of Helen between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Ixion between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Laocoon between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Odysseus Mainomenus (The Madness of Odyesseus) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Tantalus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Amphiaraus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Chryses between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
The Wedding of Helen between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Iobates between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Larisaioi (Men of Larissa) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Teucer between 468 and 423 BC Sophocles
Amphitryon between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Oreithyia between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Eriphyle between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Hipponous between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Lemniai (Women of Lemnos) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Oecles between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Telephus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Andromache between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
The Satyrs at Taenarum between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Iphigenia between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Manteis (Prophets) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Oenomaus between 468 and 414 BC Sophocles
Tereus between 468 and 414 BC Sophocles
Andromeda between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Unknown (between 468 and 406 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 468 and 406 BC City Dionysia Aristias
Eris (Strife) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Iphicles between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Meleager between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Palamedes between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Athamas between 468 and 424 BC Sophocles
Antenodridai (Sons of Antenor) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Hermione between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Ichneutai (Trackers) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Memnon between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Pandora (Sphyrokopoi) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Ajax the Locrian between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Unknown (between 468 and 463 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 468 and 463 BC City Dionysia Choerilus
Tympanistai (The Drummers) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Atreus (Women of Mycenae) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Eumelus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Ion between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Minos between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Peleus between 468 and 424 BC Sophocles
Ajax between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Hybris between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Auge between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Thamyras between 468 and 406 BC Euaion, Sophocles
Euryalus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Camicoi (Men of Camicus) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Mousai (The Muses) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Polyxena between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Electra between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Trachiniae (Women of Trachis) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Hydrophoroi (Water-carriers) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Achaion Syllogos (Gathering of the Achaeans) between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Epigonoi between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Eurypylus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Cerberus between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Unknown (between 468 and 460 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 468 and 460 BC City Dionysia Mesatus
Mysians between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Priam between 468 and 406 BC Sophocles
Orpheus between 467 and 406 BC City Dionysia Aristias
Kophoi (The Dumb ones) between 467 and 456 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Tantalus 467 BC City Dionysia Pratinas, Aristias
Laius 467 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Oedipus 467 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Seven against Thebes 467 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Sphinx 467 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Antaeus between 467 and 406 BC City Dionysia Aristias
Perseus 467 BC City Dionysia Aristias, Pratinas
Atalanta between 467 and 406 BC City Dionysia Aristias
Palaistai 467 BC City Dionysia Aristias, Pratinas
Fates between 467 and 406 BC City Dionysia Aristias
Lycurgus (Tetralogy) 467 BC City Dionysia Polyphrasmon
Cyclops (Sat) between 467 and 406 BC City Dionysia Aristias
Suppliant Women between 465 and 459 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Egyptians between 465 and 459 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Danaids (Daugthers of Danaus) between 465 and 459 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Amymone between 465 and 459 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Poimenes (The Shepherds) between 465 and 459 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Cycnus between 465 and 459 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Unknown (between 465 and 459 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 465 and 459 BC City Dionysia Mesatus
Unknown (460 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 460 BC City Dionysia Aristias
Agamemnon 458 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus, Xenocles
Choephoroi (The Libation Bearers) 458 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus, Xenocles
Eumenides 458 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus, Xenocles
Proteus 458 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus, Xenocles
Unknown (456 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 456 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus, Euphorion
Revivals between 456 and 400 BC City Dionysia Aeschylus
Eurystheus between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Temenidai between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Aegeus between 455 and 440 BC Euripides
Theseus between 455 and 423 BC Euripides
Temenus between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Aeolus between 455 and 423 BC Euripides
Thyestes between 455 and 426 BC Euripides
Ino between 455 and 426 BC Euripides
Phoenix between 455 and 426 BC Euripides
Ixion between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Phrixus between 455 and 416 BC Euripides
Alope between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Hippolytus Kalyptomeus (Hippolytus Veiled) between 455 and 429 BC Euripides
Antigone between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Alcmene between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Cadmus between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Peleus between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Pleisthenes between 455 and 415 BC Euripides
Lamia between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Polyidus between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Licymnius between 455 and 430 BC Euripides
Protesilaus between 455 and 428 BC Euripides
Oineus between 455 and 425 BC Euripides
Melanippe the Wise between 455 and 412 BC Euripides
Auge between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Stheneboea between 455 and 422 BC Euripides
Cretans between 455 and 428 BC Euripides
Autolycus between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Skiron between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Peliades (Daughters of Pelias) 455 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Bellerophon between 455 and 425 BC Euripides
Men of Scyros between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Busiris between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Syleus between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Danae between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Tennes between 455 and 408 BC Euripides
Asclepius between 454 and 406 BC City Dionysia Aristarchus
Achilles between 454 and 406 BC City Dionysia Aristarchus
Tantalus between 454 and 406 BC City Dionysia Aristarchus
Unknown (between 454 and 453 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 454 and 453 BC City Dionysia Aristarchus
Unknown (between 451 and 448 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 451 and 448 BC City Dionysia Ion
Agamemnon between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Alcmene between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Argeioi (Men of Argos) between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Eurytidai between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Laertes between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Kaineus (Phoenix) between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Mega Drama between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Omphale between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Teucer between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Phoenix (Kaineus) between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Phoenix (II) between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Phrouroi between 451 and 421 BC Ion
Unknown (between 450 and 430 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 450 and 430 BC City Dionysia Euripides I
Orestes between 450 and 400 BC City Dionysia Euripides II
Medea between 450 and 400 BC City Dionysia Euripides II
Medea between 450 and 422 BC Melanthius
Polyxena between 450 and 400 BC City Dionysia Euripides II
Adrastus between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Aithon between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Alphesiboea between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Erginus between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria)
Unknown (447 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 447 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Hephaestus between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Athla (Athloi) between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Theseus between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Azanes between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Iris between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Unknown (between 447 and 444 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 447 and 444 BC City Dionysia Achaeus I (of Eretria)
Linus between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Moirai between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Momus between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Oedipus between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Omphale between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Peirithous between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Philoctetes between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Phrixus between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Alcmaeon between 447 and 405 BC Achaeus I (of Eretria), Achaeus I
Unknown (446 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 446 BC City Dionysia Carcinus I
Erigone between 445 and 405 BC City Dionysia Philocles I
Nauplius between 445 and 405 BC Philocles I
Oedipus between 445 and 405 BC Philocles I
Oineus between 445 and 405 BC Philocles I
Pandion (Tetralogy) between 445 and 415 BC Philocles I
Penelope between 445 and 405 BC Philocles I
Priam between 445 and 405 BC Philocles I
Philoctetes between 445 and 405 BC Philocles I
Tereus (Epops) between 445 and 415 BC Philocles I
Antigone 442 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Medea between 441 and 421 BC City Dionysia Neophron
Unknown (441 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 441 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Alcmaeon in Psophis 438 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Unknown (438 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 438 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Telephus 438 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Cressai (Cretan Women) 438 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Alcestis 438 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Oedipus between 436 and 411 BC Nicomachus
Unknown (between 436 and 411 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 436 and 411 BC Theognis
Actaeon between 435 and 405 BC Iophon
Heracleidae (Children of Heracles) between 435 and 427 BC Euripides
Achilles between 435 and 405 BC Iophon
Bacchae (Pentheus) between 435 and 405 BC Iophon
Dexamenus between 435 and 405 BC Iophon
Sack of Troy between 435 and 405 BC Iophon
Telephus between 435 and 405 BC Iophon
Cresphontes between 435 and 425 BC Euripides
Unknown (435 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 435 BC City Dionysia Iophon
Auloidoi between 435 and 405 BC Iophon
Unknown (435 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 435 BC City Dionysia Acestor
Licymnius between 434 and 424 BC Xenocles
Unknown (431 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 431 BC City Dionysia Euphorion
Medea 431 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Philoctetes 431 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Unknown (431 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 431 BC Lenaea Menecrates
Dictys 431 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Theristai (Reapers) 431 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Unknown (431 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 431 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Sisyphus between 430 and 403 BC Critias
Tennes between 430 and 403 BC Critias
Unknown (between 430 and 410 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 430 and 410 BC City Dionysia Menecrates
Unknown (between 430 and 429 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 430 and 429 BC City Dionysia Philocles I
Oedipus Tyrannus between 430 and 429 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Peirithous between 430 and 403 BC Critias
Hecuba between 430 and 420 BC Euripides
Rhadamanthys between 430 and 403 BC Critias
Medea between 430 and 422 BC Morsimus
Hippolytus 428 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Unknown (428 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 428 BC City Dionysia Iophon
Unknown (428 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 428 BC City Dionysia Ion
Daitales 427 BC Aristophanes, Callistratus
Babylonians 426 BC City Dionysia Aristophanes, Callistratus
Suppliant women between 425 and 420 BC Euripides
Phaethon between 425 and 415 BC Euripides
Noumeniai (New Moons) 425 BC Lenaea Eupolis
Acharnians 425 BC Lenaea Aristophanes
Cheimazomenoi (Tossed by the storm) 425 BC Lenaea Cratinus
Knights 424 BC Lenaea Aristophanes
Perikaiomenus Heracles between 424 and 404 BC Spintharus
Melanippe the Captive between 424 and 413 BC Euripides
Semele Keraunoumene between 424 and 404 BC Spintharus
Parthenopaeus between 424 and 404 BC Spintharus
Satyroi (The Satyrs) 424 BC Lenaea Cratinus
Clouds 423 BC City Dionysia Aristophanes, Callistratus
Erechtheus 423 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Konnos 423 BC City Dionysia Ameipsias
Putine (The Flask) 423 BC City Dionysia Cratinus
Presbeis (Ambassadors) 422 BC Lenaea Leucon
Proagon 422 BC Lenaea Philonides
Wasps 422 BC Lenaea Aristophanes, Philonides
Unknown (422 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 422 BC City Dionysia Menecrates
Phratres (Clansmen) 421 BC City Dionysia Leucon
Peace 421 BC City Dionysia Aristophanes, Apollodorus
Kolakes (Flatters) 421 BC City Dionysia Eupolis
Maricas 421 BC Lenaea Eupolis
Heracles between 420 and 410 BC Euripides
Autolycus 420 BC Eupolis, Demostratus
Electra between 420 and 410 BC Euripides
Agamemnon 419 BC Lenaea
Theseus 419 BC Lenaea Heracleides
Ixion 418 BC Lenaea Callipides, Callistratus
Rhesus between 418 and 408 BC Euripides
Troilus 418 BC Lenaea Sophocles
Meleager between 418 and 415 BC Euripides
Tyro 418 BC Lenaea Sophocles, Lysicrates
Amphilochus 418 BC Lenaea Callistratus, Callipides
Unknown (416 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 416 BC Lenaea Agathon
Mysians between 416 and 406 BC Agathon
Aerope between 416 and 406 BC Agathon
Alcmaeon between 416 and 406 BC Agathon
Anthos (Antheus) between 416 and 406 BC Agathon
Theseus between 416 and 406 BC Agathon
Telephus between 416 and 406 BC Agathon
Oedipus 415 BC City Dionysia Xenocles
Lycaon 415 BC City Dionysia Xenocles
Alexander 415 BC Euripides
Ion between 415 and 408 BC Euripides
Bacchae 415 BC City Dionysia Xenocles
Iphigenia amongst the Taurians between 415 and 410 BC Euripides
Athamas 415 BC City Dionysia Xenocles
Palamedes 415 BC Euripides
Trojan Women 415 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Sisyphus 415 BC Euripides
Oedipus between 415 and 408 BC Euripides
Monotropos 414 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus, Phrynichus
Komaistai (Revellers) 414 BC City Dionysia Ameipsias
Unknown (414 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 414 BC City Dionysia Agathon
Amphiaraus 414 BC Lenaea Aristophanes, Philonides
Birds 414 BC City Dionysia Aristophanes, Callistratus
Andromeda 412 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Helen 412 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Thesmophoriazousai 411 BC City Dionysia Aristophanes
Lysistrata 411 BC Lenaea Aristophanes
Antiope between 411 and 408 BC Euripides
Hypsipyle between 411 and 408 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Oenomaus between 410 and 409 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Chrysippus between 410 and 409 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Phoenician Women between 410 and 409 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Philoctetes 409 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Heracleidae between 408 and 388 BC Pamphilus
Orestes 408 BC City Dionysia Hegelochus, Euripides
Cyclops 408 BC Euripides
Wealth (Wealth I) 408 BC Aristophanes
Unknown (406 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 406 BC City Dionysia Sophocles
Adonis between 406 and 367 BC Dionysius
Alcmene between 406 and 367 BC Dionysius
Leda between 406 and 367 BC Dionysius
Limos between 406 and 367 BC Dionysius
Frogs 405 BC Lenaea Aristophanes, Philonides
Mousai (Muses) 405 BC Lenaea Phrynichus, Phrynichus
Iphigenia at Aulis between 405 and 400 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Kleophon 405 BC Lenaea Platon
Alcmaeon at Corinth between 405 and 400 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Bacchae between 405 and 400 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Oedipodeia 399 BC Meletus
Unknown (398 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 398 BC City Dionysia Astydamas
Iphigenia between 398 and 380 BC Polyidus
Unknown (396 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 396 BC City Dionysia Sophocles II
Lacones (Laconians) 388 BC Nicochares
Adonis 388 BC Nicophon
Wealth (Wealth II) 388 BC Aristophanes
Pasiphae 388 BC Alcaeus
Admetus 388 BC Aristomenes
Unknown (387 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 387 BC City Dionysia Aristocrates, Sophocles II, Cleandrus
Unknown (382 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 382 BC Lenaea
Akanthoplex between 380 and 340 BC Apollodorus
Achilles between 380 and 340 BC Carcinus II
Teknoktonos (Childkiller) between 380 and 340 BC Apollodorus
Medea between 380 and 340 BC Carcinus II
Hellenes between 380 and 340 BC Apollodorus
Oedipus between 380 and 340 BC Carcinus II
Thyestes between 380 and 340 BC Apollodorus
Orestes between 380 and 340 BC Carcinus II
Suppliants between 380 and 340 BC Apollodorus
Semele between 380 and 340 BC Carcinus II
Unknown (between 380 and 360 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 380 and 360 BC Lenaea Patrocles
Odysseus between 380 and 340 BC Apollodorus
Tyro between 380 and 340 BC Carcinus II
Alope between 380 and 340 BC Carcinus II
Unknown (380 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 380 BC Lenaea Apollodorus
Ajax between 380 and 340 BC Carcinus II
Amphiaraus between 380 and 340 BC Carcinus II
Unknown (377 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 377 BC Lenaea
Unknown (376 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 376 BC City Dionysia
Unknown (376 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 376 BC Lenaea Carcinus II
Unknown (375 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 375 BC Lenaea
Unknown (375 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 375 BC City Dionysia Sophocles II
Unknown (373 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 373 BC Lenaea
Unknown (between 373 and 372 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 373 and 372 BC City Dionysia Carcinus II
Epigonoi between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Alcmene between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Aias Mainomenos (Mad Ajax) between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Alcmaeon between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Bellerophon between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Hector between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Hermes between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Heracles between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Nauplius between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Palamedes between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Tyro between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Phoenix between 372 and 340 BC Astydamas II
Unknown (372 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 372 BC City Dionysia Astydamas II
Ajax between 371 and 352 BC Theodectes
Alcmaeon between 371 and 352 BC Theodectes
Helen between 371 and 352 BC Theodectes
Lynceus between 371 and 352 BC Theodectes
Oedipus between 371 and 352 BC Theodectes
Orestes between 371 and 352 BC Theodectes
Tydeus between 371 and 352 BC Theodectes
Philoctetes between 371 and 352 BC Theodectes
Unknown (between 371 and 352 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 371 and 352 BC City Dionysia Theodectes
Unknown (370 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 370 BC Lenaea Astydamas II
Alphesiboea between 370 and 330 BC Chaeremon
Achilles between 370 and 330 BC Chaeremon
Dionysus between 370 and 330 BC Chaeremon
Centaur between 370 and 330 BC Chaeremon
Thyestes between 370 and 330 BC Chaeremon
Unknown (370 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 370 BC Lenaea
Minyae between 370 and 330 BC Chaeremon
Oineus between 370 and 330 BC Chaeremon
Odysseus between 370 and 330 BC Chaeremon
Traumatias between 370 and 330 BC Chaeremon
Unknown (368 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 368 BC City Dionysia Aphareus
The Ransom of Hector 367 BC Lenaea Dionysius
Unknown (365 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 365 BC City Dionysia Theodectes
Bacchae between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Dexamenus between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Erigone between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Thyestes between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Leucippus between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Amymone 364 BC Lenaea Nicomachus
Mandroboulus between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Persis between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Telephus between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Actaeon between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Amphiaraus between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Achilles between 364 and 322 BC Cleophon
Antigone between 363 and 343 BC Sophocles, Aristodemus, Theodorus
Hypsipyle 363 BC Lenaea Hipparchus, Cleaenetus
Oinopion 363 BC Lenaea Arexis, Unknown
Medea 363 BC Lenaea Androsthenes, Theodorides
Phaethon 363 BC Lenaea Androsthenes, Theodorides
Achilles between 362 and 321 BC Diogenes
Helen between 362 and 321 BC Diogenes
Heracles between 362 and 321 BC Diogenes
Thyestes between 362 and 321 BC Diogenes
Medea between 362 and 321 BC Diogenes
Oedipus between 362 and 321 BC Diogenes
Chrysippus between 362 and 321 BC Diogenes
Atreus between 362 and 321 BC Diogenes
Unknown (361 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 361 BC City Dionysia Aphareus
Unknown (360 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 360 BC City Dionysia Amymon
Unknown (356 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 356 BC Lenaea Achaeus II
Unknown (355 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 355 BC Lenaea Aphareus
Unknown (354 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 354 BC Lenaea Philinus
Unknown (352 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 352 BC Lenaea Asclepidaes I
Unknown (351 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 351 BC Lenaea Caerius
Unknown (350 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 350 BC Lenaea Timostratus
Unknown (347 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 347 BC City Dionysia Thettalus, Astydamas II, Cleomachus
Unknown (342 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 342 BC City Dionysia Athenodorus
Achilles 341 BC City Dionysia Euaretus, Thettalus
Unknown (341 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 341 BC City Dionysia Neoptolemus, Euaretus
Peliades 341 BC City Dionysia Aphareus, Neoptolemus
Orestes 341 BC City Dionysia Athenodorus, Aphareus
Iphigenia 341 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Auge 341 BC City Dionysia Aphareus, Thettalus
Achilles 341 BC City Dionysia Astydamas II, Thettalus
Athamas 341 BC City Dionysia Astydamas II, Neoptolemus
Antigone 341 BC City Dionysia Athenodorus, Astydamas II
Teucer 341 BC City Dionysia Euaretus
Electra between 340 and 295 BC Polus, Sophocles
Lycurgus 340 BC City Dionysia Timocles, Arreneides
Orestes 340 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Parthenopaeus 340 BC City Dionysia Astydamas II, Thettalus
Themistocles between 340 and 300 BC Moschion
Lycaon 340 BC City Dionysia Astydamas II, Neoptolemus
Telephus between 340 and 300 BC Moschion
Phrixus 340 BC City Dionysia Philocles II, Timocles, Thettalus
Men of Pherae between 340 and 300 BC Moschion
Oedipus 340 BC City Dionysia Philocles II, Timocles, Neoptolemus
Alcmaeon 340 BC City Dionysia Euaretus, Thettalus
Unknown (340 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 340 BC City Dionysia Euaretus, Neoptolemus
Icarioi Satyroi between 340 and 329 BC City Dionysia Timocles
Phorcides 339 BC City Dionysia Timocles
Unknown (339 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 339 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Phorcys 339 BC City Dionysia Unknown
Unknown (331 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 331 BC City Dionysia Nicostratus
Unknown (329 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 329 BC City Dionysia Athenodorus, Theramenes, Philocles, Timocles
Heniochos (The Charioteer) 312 BC City Dionysia Menander, Callipides
Thesauros (Treasure) 311 BC City Dionysia Anaxandrides
Mystis (The Initiate) 311 BC City Dionysia Philippides, Asclepiodorus
[...]skopos (-watcher) 311 BC City Dionysia Callipus, Nicostratus
Apoleipousa (The Runaway Wife) 311 BC City Dionysia Ameinias, Asclepiodorus
Pankratiast 311 BC City Dionysia Theophilus
Paidion (Little child) 311 BC City Dionysia
Unknown (306 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 306 BC Lenaea Hieromnemon, Phanostratus
Unknown (between 300 and 290 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) between 300 and 290 BC Antiphilus
Unknown (294 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 294 BC City Dionysia Aeantides
Unknown (290 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 290 BC City Dionysia Phrynichus
Unknown (286 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 286 BC City Dionysia Homerus
Nekros (The Corpse) 284 BC Lenaea Diodorus, Aristomachus
Mainomenos (The Madman) 284 BC Lenaea Cephisius, Diodorus
The Poet 284 BC Lenaea Antiphanes, Phoenicides
Ephesia (Woman of Ephesus) 284 BC Lenaea Simylus, Aristomachus
Unknown (282 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 282 BC City Dionysia Dionysiades
Orestes between 279 and 219 BC City Dionysia Euripides
Unknown (278 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 278 BC City Dionysia Xenocrates
Phasma (The Ghost) between 262 and 254 BC City Dionysia Menander, Dioscurides
[Mis]anthropoi between 262 and 254 BC City Dionysia Callias, Diphilius
Oedipus between 256 and 252 BC Lenaea
Erchieis (Men of Erchia) between 210 and 200 BC City Dionysia Nicodemus, Unknown
Misogynes (The Woman hater) between 200 and 190 BC City Dionysia Menander
Chrysippus between 200 and 100 BC Silenus
Phoenix between 200 and 100 BC Athenodorus
Apokleinomene (The Woman shut up indoors) 183 BC City Dionysia Posidippus
Ephesioi (Ephesians) 183 BC City Dionysia Criton, Sophilos
Nauagos 183 BC City Dionysia Paramonus, Onesimus
Philoikeios (The Family Man) 183 BC City Dionysia Timostratus, Callistratus
Philodespotos (The Faithful Servant) 183 BC City Dionysia Sogenes, Hecataeus
Milesia (The Woman from Miletus) 183 BC City Dionysia Philemon, Crates
Apokleiomene (The Woman shut up indoors) 181 BC City Dionysia Philostratus, Posidippus
Phasma (The Ghost) 167 BC City Dionysia Menander, Monimus
Unknown (167 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 167 BC City Dionysia Paramonus, Damon
Aitolos (The Man from Aetolia) 167 BC City Dionysia Monimus, Criton
The Poet 167 BC City Dionysia Biottus, Damon
Unknown (25 BC, Theatre of Dionysus, Athens) 25 BC City Dionysia Thrasycles

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Theatre of Dionysus (Athens, Attica), accessed at http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/ancient-performance/venues/3596 <20 February 2019>