4 November 1773
Degree of relationship to ancient play:
This is the first ballet which was performed during intervals of Giacomo Insanguine's opera 'Adriano in Siria'. It is likely that it was based on Euripides. It is possibly related to Le Picq's ballet Il sacrifizio d'Ifigenia, performed at Milan in 1772 (Sartori ID 19179 and 20335) and Venice in 1772 (Sartori ID 16149). The second ballet for the evening was composed by Gennaro Magri; its title is not known.
Media of production:
Choreographic work (dance, ballet, mime etc)