Ever Since Aeschylus (1964)

Original id: 
9956
Start date: 
1 November 1964
Degree of relationship to ancient play: 
Cut and paste
Production notes: 
A historical revue piece, described by The Times reviewer as "a quick change history of the theatre from Aristoteleian definitions to the present day. On the way we are presented with well-rehearsed crisp extracts from Lysistrata, Mother Courage, Godot, Pinero, Victorian melodrama Shakespeare, Chekhov, Coward, Restoration comedy, and Mr T. S. Eliot". The review does not record that a scene from Aeschylus was performed, despite the clue in the title of the show.
Media of production: 
Stage-play
Languages: 
English

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Ever Since Aeschylus (1964), accessed at http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/productions/production/9956 <18 August 2022>