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
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)
Fenicische Vrouwen (1996) 1996 Autosloperij Jan Smit (Westzaan, North Holland, Netherlands), Theater der Welt (Dresden, Saxony, Germany)
Phoinisses (1997) 1997 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece)
Christos Paschon (1997) 1997 Ancient Agora of Thessaloniki, Roman Agora (Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece)
Phoenician Women (1997) 1997 unknown venue (United States)
Le Fenicie (1997) 1997 Scuola d'Arte Drammatica Paolo Grassi (Milan, Lombardy, Italy)
Fenicie (1998) 1998 Teatro Verdi (Pisa, Tuscany, Italy)
Phoinisses (1999) 1999 Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus (Peloponnese, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Athens, Attica, Greece), Theatro Katrakeio (Piraeus, Attica, Greece), Ancient Odeion of Patras (Patras, West Greece, Greece)
Antigone (1999) 1999 Megaron Mousikis, Concert Hall (Athens, Attica, Greece)
Phoenician Women (1999) 1999 National Theatre of Northern Greece (Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece)
Phoenician Women (2000) 2000 Wycombe Swan Town Hall (High Wycombe, County of Buckinghamshire, England)
The Phoenician Women (2002) 2002 Ohio Theatre, 66 Wooster St (New York City, New York, United States)
The Phoenician Women (2002) 2002 Hippodrome (Birmingham, County of Worcestershire, England)
Phoenician Women (2003) 2003 Clifton College (Bristol, North Somerset, England)
Thebans: Oedipus Jokasta Antigone (2003) 2003 Assembly Rooms (Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland), Ancient Odeon of Paphos (Paphos, Paphos District, Cyprus)
Post-Oedipus (2004) 2004 Clemente Soto Velez Cultural & Educational Centre (New York City, New York, United States)
Phoenician Women (2006) 2006 George Washington Masonic National Memorial (Alexandria, Virginia, United States)
The Phoenician Women (2009) 2009 The Theatre (San Diego, State of California, United States)
The Phoenician Women (2010) 2010
The Rest Will Be Familiar to You from Cinema (2019 - 2020) 2019 Gymnase du Lycée Aubanel (Avignon, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France), Théâtre de Gennevilliers (Paris, Île-de-France, France), Théâtre National de Strasbourg (Strasbourg, Alsace, France), Théâtre du Nord (Lille, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France), Théâtre de Lorient (Lorient, Bretagne, France)
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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