Phoinissai (The Phoenician Women)

Contributors

Contributor Contribution Main contributor
Euripides
Euripides
Original id: 
870
Languages: 
Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
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Information related to this script

Production First performed Venues
Jocasta (1566) 1566 Gray's Inn (London, Greater London, England)
La Thébaïde; ou, Les Frères Ennemis (1664) 1664 Palais Royal (Paris, Île-de-France, France)
The Fatal Legacy (1723) 1723 British Museum, Lecture Theatre (London, Greater London, England)
I fratelli nemici (1756) 1756 Königliches Opernhaus (Berlin, Land Berlin, Germany)
Ion (1821) 1821 University of Harvard (Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States)
Ion (1836) 1836 Covent Garden (London, Greater London, England)
Ion (1836) 1836 unknown venue (New York City, New York, United States)
Ion (1845) 1845 unknown venue (New York City, New York, United States)
Ion (1845) 1845 Bowery Theater (New York City, New York, United States)
Ion (1848) 1848 Brasenose College (Oxford, County of Oxfordshire, England), unknown venue (Henley on Thames, County of Oxfordshire, England)
Ion (1852) 1852 Sadler's Wells (London, Greater London, England)
Ion (1853) 1853 unknown venue (New York City, New York, United States)
Ion (1853) 1853 unknown venue (United States)
Ion; or Foundling of Argos (1859) 1859 Arch Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States)
Ion (1861) 1861 Sadler's Wells (London, Greater London, England)
Ion (1866) 1866 Arch Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States)
Ion Foundling of Argos! (1867) 1867 Arch Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States)
Ion (1877) 1877 Walnut Street Theatre (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States), unknown venue (Boston, Massachusetts, United States)
Ion (1881) 1881 unknown venue (United States)
Phoenizierinnen (1890) 1890 Deutsches Theater und Kammerspiele, Kammerspiele (Berlin, Land Berlin, Germany)
Phoinissai (1904) 1904 Vasiliko Theatro, Royal Theatre (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Phoenician Maidens (1927) 1927 Occidental College (Los Angeles, State of California, United States)
Phoinissai (1934) 1934 Ancient Stadium of Athens, Panathinaïko Stadio (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Phoinissai (1938) 1938 Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Phoinissai (1941) 1940 Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Phoinissai (1945) 1944 Kourion Ancient Theatre (Cyprus)
Phoinissai (1948) 1948 Filopappou Hill (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Phoenissae (1959) 1959 Kourion Ancient Theatre (Cyprus)
Phoinissai (1960 - 1965) 1960 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece), Théâtre des Nations (Paris, Île-de-France, France), Ancient Theatre of Dodona (Dodóni, Epirus, Greece)
Phoinissai (1961) 1961 Ancient Theatre of Delphi (Delphi, Central Greece, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Eretria (Eretria, Central Greece, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Patras (Patras, West Greece, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Philippi (Philippi (Ancient), Greece), Ancient Theatre of Thasos (Thasos, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Nikopolis (Nikópolis (Ancient), Greece), Ancient Theatre of Sikyon (Sikyon, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Dimitrias (Demetrias (Ancient), P540730, Greece), Ethniko Stadio Mesolongiou, National Stadium of Missolonghi (Mesolongi, Greece), Ethniko Stadio Komotinis, National Stadium of Komotini (Komotini, East Macedonia and Thrace, Greece)
Phoenissae (1961) 1961 Radley College (Abingdon, County of Oxfordshire, England)
Le Fenicie (1962) 1962 unknown venue (Göttingen, Lower Saxony, Germany)
Phoinissai (1965) 1965 Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece), unknown venue (Greece)
The Phoenician Women (1967) 1967 Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) (London, Greater London, England)
Le Fenicie (1968) 1968 Ancient Theatre of Syracuse, Teatro Greco (Syracuse, Sicily, Italy)
Phoinissai (1971 - 1972) 1970 Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Dodona (Dodóni, Epirus, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Philippi (Philippi (Ancient), Greece), Ancient Theatre of Thasos (Thasos, Greece)
The Sons of Oedipus (1976) 1976 unknown venue (England)
The Sons of Oedipus (1977) 1977 Greenwich Theatre (London, Greater London, England)
Phoinissai (1978 - 1981) 1978 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece), Ancient Theatre of Philippi (Philippi (Ancient), Greece), Ancient Theatre of Thasos (Thasos, Greece), Shinjuku Bunka Centre (Tokyo, Tōkyō-to, Japan), unknown venue (Shanghai, Zhejiang Sheng, China), unknown venue (Nanjing, Taipei, Taiwan)
Phoinissai (1979) 1979 unknown venue (Greece), unknown venue (Eleusis, Attica, Greece)
Phoenizierinnen (1981) 1981 unknown venue (Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
Les Pheniciennes (1982) 1982 unknown venue (Brno, South Moravian Region, Czech Republic)
Phoinissai (1983) 1983 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece)
Oi Teleutaies Poleis [The Last Cities] (1987) 1987 Ethniko Theatro, National Theatre of Greece (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Phoinissai (1988) 1988 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece)
Phoinisses (1990) 1990 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece), Kourion Ancient Theatre (Cyprus)
[Euripides' Phoenissae and The Dukes of Hazzard] (1991) 1991 Bryn Mawr College (Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States)
Jocaste (1993) 1993 Théâtre des Arts (Rouen, Haute-Normandie, France)
Tanguedia (1993) 1993 unknown venue (United States)
Phoenician Women (1995 - 1996) 1995 Other Place (Stratford-upon-Avon, County of Warwickshire, England), Barbican Arts Centre (London, Greater London, England)
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
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
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 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
Euripide, tragédies (1962) Léon Parmentier (1863-1929), Louis Méridier (1879-1933), Henri Grégoire (1881-1929), Gustave Hinstin, Yves Florenne (1918-1992) 1962 Translation
Les Tragiques grecs (1999) Victor-Henry Debidour 1999 Translation

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