Aias (Ajax)

Contributors

Contributor Contribution Main contributor
Sophocles AKA Sophokles
Original id: 
40
Languages: 
Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
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Information related to this script

Production First performed Venues
Aias Theaterzelt Das Schloss (Munich, Free State of Bavaria, Germany)
Ajax University of California (Santa Cruz, State of California, United States)
Ajax Flagellifer [a planned performance] (1564) 1564 King's College (Cambridge, County of Cambridgeshire, England)
Ajax and Ulysses (1571) 1571 Windsor Boys' School (Windsor, West Berkshire, England)
Aias (1575) 1575 Schultheater (Strasbourg, Alsace, France)
Aias (1587) 1587 Schultheater (Strasbourg, Alsace, France)
Ajax Flagellifer (1605) 1605 Christ Church (Oxford, County of Oxfordshire, England)
Aias (1608) 1608 Schultheater (Strasbourg, Alsace, France)
Aiace (1694) 1694 Regio Ducal Teatro (Milan, Lombardy, Italy)
Aiace (1697) 1697 Teatro di San Bartolomeo (Naples, Campania, Italy)
Ajax (1716) 1716 Opéra (Paris, Île-de-France, France)
Ajax (1716) 1716 Académie Royale de Musique (Paris, Île-de-France, France)
Le galand brutal (1726) 1726
Aias (1878) 1878 Theatro Ilissidon Mouson, Theatre of the Ilissian Muses (Greece)
Aias (1878) 1878 unknown venue (Piraeus, Attica, Greece)
Ajax (1882) 1882 St Andrew's Hall Theatre (1882-1895), Theatre Royal, New Theatre (Cambridge, County of Cambridgeshire, England)
Ajax (1885) 1885 Dulwich College (London, Greater London, England)
Aias (1889) 1889 unknown venue (Greece)
Ajax (1890) 1890 University of St Andrews (St Andrews, Fife, Scotland)
Aias (1893) 1893 unknown venue (Greece)
Aias (1896) 1896 Theatro Polytheama (Athens, Attica, Greece), Demotiko Theatro, Municipal Theatre (Piraeus, Attica, Greece), Demotiko Theatro, Municipal Theatre (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Ajax (1903) 1903 Hull House (Chicago, State of Illinois, United States)
Ajax (1903) 1903 British Museum, Lecture Theatre (London, Greater London, England)
Aias (1904) 1904 Demotiko Theatro, Municipal Theatre (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Ajax (1904) 1904 Clinton Hall (New York City, New York, United States)
Ajax (1904) 1904 University of California (Berkeley, State of California, United States)
Ajax (1911) 1911 Islington Day Training College (London, Greater London, England)
Ajax (1927) 1927 University of California (Los Angeles, State of California, United States)
Ajax (1934) 1934 unknown venue (Burford, County of Oxfordshire, England), Kingswood School (Bath, Bath and North East Somerset, England), unknown venue (Gloucester, County of Gloucestershire, England), Blundell's School (Tiverton, County of Devon, England), Bishop's Palace (Wells, County of Somerset, England), Old Castle (Sherborne, County of Dorset, England), Dinton House (Salisbury, County of Wiltshire, England), Corfe Castle (Wareham, County of Dorset, England), Lancing College (Lancing, County of West Sussex, England), unknown venue (Ardingly, County of West Sussex, England), Whitgift School (Croydon Grants, Greater London, England)
Aiace (1939) 1939 Ancient Theatre of Syracuse, Teatro Greco (Syracuse, Sicily, Italy)
Aias (1943) 1942 Pagkyprion Gymnasion (Nicosia, Nicosia District, Cyprus)
Aias (1943) 1942 Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel, Max-Joseph-Platz (Munich, Free State of Bavaria, Germany)
Aias (1950) 1950 unknown venue (Sweden)
Ajax (1950 - 1958) 1950 unknown venue (Stockholm, Greater Stockholm, Sweden)
Ajax (1953) 1953 Kenyon College (Gambier, State of Ohio, United States)
[Extracts from Greek Drama] (1955) 1955 unknown venue (Egypt), Theatro Kostas Mousouris (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Aias (1955) 1955 Ancient Theatre of Delphi (Delphi, Central Greece, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Patras (Patras, West Greece, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Argos (Argos, Peloponnese, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Sikyon (Sikyon, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Eretria (Eretria, Central Greece, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Megalopolis (Megalopolis, Peloponnese, Greece)
Ajax (1956) 1956 Dartmouth College (Hanover, New Hampshire, United States)
Ajax (1958) 1958 King's College London (London, Greater London, England)
Aias (1958) 1958 Ancient Theatre of Eretria (Eretria, Central Greece, Greece), unknown venue (Mesolongi, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Philippi (Philippi (Ancient), Greece), unknown venue (Greece)
Ajax (1960) 1960 unknown venue (New York City, New York, United States)
Ajax (1960 - 1969) 1960 High School of Dublin (Dublin, Munster, Republic of Ireland)
Aias (1961 - 1964) 1961 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Dodona (Dodóni, Epirus, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece), Kourion Ancient Theatre (Cyprus)
Ajax (1963) 1963 Sorbonne (Paris, Île-de-France, France)
Ajax (1964) 1964 unknown venue (Japan)
Aias (1964) 1964 unknown venue (Greece)
Aias (1965) 1965 Schauspielhaus (Zurich, Kanton Zürich, Switzerland)
Aias (1966) 1966 Pagkyprion Gymnasion (Nicosia, Nicosia District, Cyprus)
Ajax (1967) 1967 Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) (London, Greater London, England)
Aias (1967) 1967 unknown venue (Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany)
Script Contributors Year Relationship
Aias Michael Ewans Translation
Aiace Gregorio Serrao Translation
Aias Iordanis Marinos Translation
Ajax Sean Graney Adaptation
Ajax Jacques Lacarrière Adaptation
Ajax Theodore Howard Banks Translation
Aias Walter Jens Adaptation
Ajax Kostis Kolotas Translation
Ajax Herbert Golder, Richard Pevear Translation
Ajax [a dramatic monologue] Yannis Ritsos Adaptation
Ajax E. F. Watling Translation
Aias Emil Zilliacus Translation
Ajax Herbert Golder, Richard Pevear Translation
Aias Marcus Hertneck Adaptation
Ajax Marianne McDonald Translation
Aias Arist. Kirykos Translation
Aias Costis Livadeas AKA Κωστης Λειβαδεας Translation
Aias Konstantinos Marios Adaptation
Aias Wolfgang Schadewaldt Translation
Aias Kostas Ch. Myris AKA Georgousopoulos Translation
Aias Giorgos Tsantilis Translation
Aias Ioannis Gryparis Translation
Ajax Bryan Doerries Adaptation
Ajax Judith Maitland Translation
Ajax Morton Segal, H. P. Williams Translation
Ajax Morton Segal, H. P. Williams Translation
Aias J. Scaliger Translation
Ajax David Stuttard Translation
Aias D. Sarou Translation
Aiace Ettore Bignone Translation
Ajax Robert Auletta Adaptation
Ajax Lewis Campbell Translation
Ajax Charles Marie René Leconte de Lisle (1818-1894) Translation
Ajax (1990) Robert Cannon 1990 Translation
The Ajax: A Parable for Our Time (1996) Emma Griffiths 1996 Adaptation
Ajax (2001) James Kerr 2001
آژاکس و گزارش یک خودکشی [ Ajax and the Report of a Suicide ] (2016) Homayun Ghanizadeh AKA همایون غنی زاده 2016 Adaption
Title Contributors Year Relationship
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
Tragédies de Sophocle, traduites du grec en français (1762) Louis Dupuy 1762 Translation
Théâtre de Sophocle, traduit en entier, avec des remarques et un examen de chaque pièce, précédé d'un discours sur les difficultés qui se rencontrent dans la traduction des poètes tragiques grecs et d'une vie de Sophocle (1788) Guillaume Dubois de Rochefort (1731-1788) 1788 Translation
Tragédies de Sophocle traduites en français par M. Artaud (1827) Nicolas Louis Marie Artaud (1794-1861) 1827 Translation
La Grèce Tragique, chefs-d'oeuvre d'Eschyle, le Sophocle et d'Euripide, traduits en vers accompagnés de notices, de remarques et de rapprochements littéraires (1846) Léon Halévy (1802-1883) 1846 Translation
Théâtre de Sophocle (1862) Eugène Talbot (1814-1894) 1862 Translation
Théâtre de Sophocle: traduction nouvelle, précédée d'une notice biographique, accompagnée de notes explicatives, et suivie des notes de J. Racine sur le théâtre de Sophocle (1870) Emile Pessonneaux 1870 Translation
Sophocle, traduction nouvelle (1877) Charles Marie René Leconte de Lisle (1818-1894) 1877 Translation
Les Tragédies de Sophocle, traduites par M. Bellaguet (1879) Louis Bellaguet (1818-1900) 1879 Translation
Théâtre de Sophocle (1883) Louis Humbert 1883 Translation
Eschyle, Sophocle, Euripide, tome I (extraits) tome II (pièces choisies) (1894) Aimé Puech (1860-1940) 1894 Translation
Sophocle, texte établi et traduit par Paul Masqueray (1922) Paul Masqueray 1922 Translation
Sophocles, tragédies (1950) Paul Mazon 1950 Translation
Les Tragiques grecs (1999) Victor-Henry Debidour 1999 Translation

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