Hekabe (Hecuba)

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Euripides
Euripides
Original id: 
330
Languages: 
Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
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Information related to this script

Production First performed Venues
Hécube (1956) 1956 unknown venue (France)
Hecuba (1957) 1957 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece)
Hecuba (1959) 1959 The Laboratory Theatre, The College of Fine Arts (Austin, Texas, United States)
Hecuba (1960 - 1967) 1960 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece)
Hecuba's Lament (1961) 1961 British Museum, Lecture Theatre (London, Greater London, England)
King Priam (1962) 1962 Belgrade Theatre (Coventry, City and Borough of Coventry, England)
Hekabi (1962) 1962 Hellenikon Gymnasion Pafou (Paphos, Paphos District, Cyprus)
Ecuba (1962) 1962 Ancient Theatre of Syracuse, Teatro Greco (Syracuse, Sicily, Italy)
Hecuba (1963) 1963 unknown venue (United States)
Ecuba (1963) 1963 Teatro del Convegno (Milan, Lombardy, Italy)
Hecuba (1965) 1965 Adelphi University (New York City, New York, United States)
Choreography after Euripides' Hecuba and The Trojan Women (1967) 1967 Mark Hellinger Theatre (New York City, New York, United States)
Hecuba (1967) 1967 Mermaid Theatre (London, Greater London, England)
Cortege of Eagels (1967) 1967
Cortege of Eagels (1967) 1967 Mark Hellinger Theatre (New York City, New York, United States)
Hecuba (1971) 1970 New South Wales Teachers’ Federation Hall (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
Hecabe (1972) 1972 Wellesley College (Wellesley, Massachusetts, United States)
Hecuba (1975) 1975 unknown venue (England)
Hecuba (1976) 1976 Greek Art Theater (New York City, New York, United States)
Hecuba (1977 - 2977) 1977 Theatre of the Open Eye (New York City, New York, United States)
Hecuba (1977) 1977 unknown venue (United States)
The Woman: Scenes of War and Freedom (1978) 1978 Royal National Theatre (RNT) (London, Greater London, England)
Hecuba (1979) 1979 unknown venue (Serbia)
Hecuba (1979 - 1980) 1979 unknown venue (Scotland)
Hecuba (1979) 1979 Traverse Theatre (Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland)
The Greeks (1 The War; 2 The Murders; 3 The Gods) (1980) 1980 Aldwych Theatre (London, Greater London, England)
King Priam (1980) 1980 Kingsway Hall (London, Greater London, England)
The Greeks (1 The Cursed; 2 The Blest) (1981) 1981 unknown venue (Williamstown, Massachusetts, United States)
Ekavi (1981) 1981 Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Ekavi (1981) 1981 Imikratiko Theatro Peloponnisou, Semi-State Theatre of the Peloponnese (Peloponnese, Greece)
Ekavi (1981 - 1982) 1981 Ancient Theatre of Philippi (Philippi (Ancient), Greece), unknown venue (Mexico), Ancient Theatre of Thasos (Thasos, Greece), Theatro Dasous, Theatre of the Forest (Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece)
The Greeks (1982) 1982 unknown venue (Boston, Massachusetts, United States)
Ekavi (1983) 1983 Theatro Lykavittou, Lycabettus Theatre (Athens, Attica, Greece)
King Priam (1984) 1984 Arts Theatre (1936-) (Cambridge, County of Cambridgeshire, England)
The Lost Women of Troy (1984) 1984 Cameri Theatre (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Cortege of Eagles (1985) 1985 unknown venue (United States)
Ekavi (1985) 1985 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Ekavi (1986) 1986 Ancient Odeon of Paphos (Paphos, Paphos District, Cyprus)
The Greeks (1986) 1986 Back Alley Theatre (Los Angeles, State of California, United States)
Hecuba (1987) 1987 unknown venue (New York City, New York, United States)
Ekavi (1987) 1987 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece), Theatro Lykavittou, Lycabettus Theatre (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Hecuba (1987) 1987 Powerhouse Theatre (Santa Monica, State of California, United States)
L'Hécube (1988) 1988 Théâtre du Gennevilliers (Paris, Île-de-France, France)
Ekavi (1988) 1988 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece)
Hecube (1989) 1989 unknown venue (France)
To Telos ton Atreidon [The End of the Atreidae] (1989) 1989 unknown venue (Turin, Piedmont, Italy), Theatro Rematias, Chalandri (Athens, Attica, Greece), Kastro Kalamatas (Kalamata, Peloponnese, Greece)
Hecuba (1989) 1989 unknown venue (Scotland)
Ekave (1989 - 1990) 1989 Clarendon Press Institute (Oxford, County of Oxfordshire, England)
To Telos ton Atreidon [The End of the Atreidae] (1990) 1990 unknown venue (Greece)
Hekabe (1990) 1990 Hofstra University (Hempstead, New York, United States)
Script Contributors Year Relationship
Ecuba Umberto Albini, Vico Faggi Translation
The Woman: Scenes of War and Freedom Edward Bond Adaptation
Hekabe Jerzy Łanowski Translation
Hecuba Timberlake Wertenbaker Adaptation
Hekuba Rabbe Enckell Adaptation
Hecuba Branko Pleša
The Lost Women of Troy Hanoch Levin Adaptation
Hekabe Bogusław Butrymowicz Translation
Ekavi Kostis Kolotas Translation
Ecuba Umberto Albini, Vico Faggi Translation
Hekabe Robert Emmet Meagher Adaptation
Hecuba Jack Lindsay
Hekabé Jaroslav Král Adaptation
Hecuba Tony Harrison Translation
Hecuba John Harrison Translation
Hécuba Alain Guillermou
Hekuba Marin Drzic
Hecuba Gilbert Murray (1866-1975) Translation
Hecuba Marianne McDonald Translation
Ecuba Salvatore Nicosia Translation
Hecuba Stewart Conn Adaptation
The Greeks John Barton, Kenneth Cavander Adaptation
Ekavi Tasos Roussos Translation
Hecuba Richard West Adaptation
Ekavi Kostas Ch. Myris AKA Georgousopoulos Translation
Ekavi Apostolos Melachrinos Translation
Hecuba Marilyn Nelson Adaptation
Hekabe Michael Wachsmann
Raising a Wind John Hubbard Adaptation
Ekavi Dimitris Myrat Translation
L'Hécube François Rey, Nicole Loraux Translation
Ekavi Nikos Soulias Translation
L'Hécube François Rey, Nicole Loraux Translation
The Greeks John Barton, Kenneth Cavander Adaptation
Hecuba Kenneth McLeish Translation
To Telos ton Atreidon Nikos Chourmouziadis
Ekavi Nikos Chourmouziadis Translation
Hekuba [rev. Die Trojanerinnen: ein originaltrauerspiel in Versen] Johann Elias Schlegel Adaptation
Hecuba David Rudkin Translation
Hekabe David Stuttard
Ecuba Salvatore Quasimodo Translation
Hecuba Ettore Bignone
Hekabe Dimitriou M. Sarrou Translation
Hecuba à la Mode; or, The Wily Greek and the Modest Maid Cranstoun Metcalfe Burlesque
Ekavi Nikos Poriotis Translation
Hecuba William Arrowsmith Translation
Ecuba Manlio Fagella Translation
Hecuba Frank McGuinness Adaptation
Hekuba Alfred Palma Translation
Hecuba (1524) Desiderius Erasmus 1524 Translation
Title Contributors Year Relationship
La Tragédie d'Euripide nommée Hecuba, traduite du grec en rythme françoise, dédiée au roi (1544) Guillaume Bochetel (Died 1558) 1544 Translation
Le Théâtre des Grecs (1730) André Charles Brotier, Pierre Brumoy, Pierre Prévost, Guillaume Dubois de Rochefort (1731-1788), Gabriel, de François Jean La Porte du Theil (1742-1815) 1730 Translation
Hécube (1778) Jacques-Nicolas Belin de Ballu (1753-1815) 1778 Translation
Les tragédies d'Euripide, traduites du grec par M. Prévost (1782) Pierre Prévost 1782 Translation
Tragédies dEuripide, traduites du grec par M. Artaud (1842) Nicolas Louis Marie Artaud (1794-1861) 1842 Translation
Polyxène (1862) Ludovic de Vauzelles (1828-1888) 1862 Adaption
Théâtre d'Euripide, traduction nouvelle précédée d'une notice biographique et littéraire accompagnée de notes explicatives et suivie des notes de J. Racine sur le théâtre d'Euripide (1874) Emile Pessonneaux 1874 Translation
Théâtre d'Euripide et fragments, traduction nouvelle, avec introduction, notices et notes, par G. Hinstin (1884) Gustave Hinstin 1884 Translation
Euripide, traduction nouvelle (1884) Charles Marie René Leconte de Lisle (1818-1894) 1884 Translation
Théâtre d'Euripide (1899) Louis Humbert 1899 Translation
Euripide, tragédies (1923) Louis Méridier (1879-1933), Henri Grégoire (1881-1929), Léon Parmentier (1863-1929), François Jouan, Herman Van Looy 1923 Translation
Hécube, Le Cyclope (1988) Nicole Loraux, François Rey 1988 Translation
Les Tragiques grecs (1999) Victor-Henry Debidour 1999 Translation

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