Greek Tragedy and the British Stage, 1566-1997

Contributors

Contributor Contribution Main contributor
Edith Hall

Referenced productions

Production First performed Pagination Ancient works performed
Horestes (1550 - 1567) 1550 113f. Choephoroi (The Libation Bearers), Eumenides, Orestes
Ajax Flagellifer [a planned performance] (1564) 1564 114 Aias (Ajax)
Jocasta (1566) 1566 113, 133 Phoinissai (The Phoenician Women)
Antigone (1583) 1583 115 Antigone
Agamemnon (1599) 1599 114 Agamemnon
Orestes' Furies (1599) 1599 114 Orestes, Agamemnon
The Tragedie of Orestes (1609 - 1619) 1609 115 Orestes, Thyestes, Elektra, Agamemnon
Circe (1677) 1677 116 Iphigenia among the Taurians
Oedipus (1678 - 1679) 1678 116 Oedipus the King, Oedipus
Phaeton; or The Fatal Divorce (1698) 1698 116 Medea, Medea, Iphigenia among the Taurians
Iphigenia (1699) 1699 118 Iphigenia among the Taurians
Phædra and Hippolitus (1707) 1707 117 Hippolytos
Oedipus Tyrannus (1714) 1714 119 Oedipus the King
Hippolytus (1720) 1720 119 Hippolytos
Philoctetes (1720 - 1726) 1720 119 Philoktetes
The Fatal Legacy (1723) 1723 133 Phoinissai (The Phoenician Women)
Agamemnon (1738) 1738 118 Agamemnon, Agamemnon
Creusa, Queen of Athens (1754) 1754 118 Ion
Hecuba (1761) 1761 118 Hekabe (Hecuba)
Medea (1767) 1767 118 Medea
Trachinians (1776) 1776 119 Trachiniai (The Women of Trachis)
Œdipus Tyrannus (1776) 1776 119 Oedipus the King
The Royal Suppliants (1781) 1781 118 Herakleidai (The Children of Heracles)
Oedipus Tyrannus (1806) 1806 120 Oedipus the King
Alcestis (1809) 1809 120 Alkestis
Heracles (1818) 1818 120 Herakles
Antigone; or, Theban Sister (1821) 1821 121 Antigone
Oedipus Tyrannus (1821) 1821 121 Oedipus the King, Oedipus
Orestes (1821) 1821 120 Orestes
Alcestis (1824) 1824 120 Alkestis
Antigone; or, Theban Sister (1824) 1824 121 Antigone
Orestes in Argos (1825) 1825 121 Elektra
Hecuba (1827) 1827 120 Hekabe (Hecuba)
Ion (1836) 1836 122 Ion, Antigone, Oedipus at Colonus, Trachiniai (The Women of Trachis), Phoinissai (The Phoenician Women), Hippolytos, Oedipus the King
Antigone (1841) 1841 123 Antigone
Antigone (1845) 1845 123 Antigone
Antigone Travestie (1845) 1845 124 Antigone
The Golden Fleece; or, Jason in Colchis and Medea in Corinth (1845 - 1847) 1845 125 Medea
The Birds (1846) 1846 125 Birds
Medea (1856) 1856 126 Medea
Prometheus; or Man on the Rock! (1865) 1865 126 Prometheus Bound
Agamemnon and Cassandra; or Prophet and Loss of Troy! (1868) 1868 127 Agamemnon
Medea in Corinth (1872) 1872 127 Medea
Agamemnon (1880) 1880 127 Agamemnon
Elektra (1883) 1883 128 Elektra
Hippolytus (1904) 1904 128 Hippolytos
The Trojan Women (1905) 1905 128 Trojan Women
Electra (1906) 1906 128 Elektra
Medea (1907) 1907 128 Medea
Bacchae (1908) 1908 128 Bacchai
Elektra (1910) 1910 129 Elektra
Iphigenia in Tauris (1912) 1912 128 Iphigenia among the Taurians
Oedipus Rex (1912) 1912 128 Oedipus the King
The Trojan Women (1919) 1919 129 Trojan Women
Oresteia (1926) 1926 129 Agamemnon, Choephoroi (The Libation Bearers), Eumenides
Prometheus (1929) 1929 130 Prometheus Bound
Antigone (1931) 1931 130 Antigone
Lysistrata (1931) 1931 130 Lysistrata
Oedipus Rex (1945 - 1946) 1944 130 Oedipus the King
Electra (1951) 1951 130 Elektra
Persai (1965) 1965 130 Persai (Persians)
Oresteia (1981 - 1982) 1981 130 Agamemnon, Choephoroi (The Libation Bearers), Eumenides
Electra (1988) 1988 132 Elektra
The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus (1988) 1988 131 Ichneutai (The Trackers) [fragments]
Ion (1994) 1994 133 Ion
Ion (1994) 1994 133 Ion
Phoenician Women (1995 - 1996) 1995 134 Phoinissai (The Phoenician Women)

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Greek Tragedy and the British Stage, 1566-1997, accessed at http://www.apgrd.ox.ac.uk/productions/sources/6816 <20 September 2019>