- n. Greek Mythology. A giant wrestler who could not be defeated as long as he remained in contact with the earth.
- Hercules Meets Laplace in the Classroom
- must wrestle and defeat the giant Antaeus in order to pass through Libya.
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- Making and Breaking Traditions - Antaeus Company
- CTG would pay no more for two or three Antaeus actors than for one actor in a But only once did Antaeus create a mainstage production for CTG's.
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- Antaeus Explores New Layers of 'Oedipus' at ClassicsFest
- By Fred Topel For discriminating theater audiences that love the classics, The Antaeus Company provides such performances in North Hollywood.
- Leadership Change at Antaeus
- As of August, 2011, The Antaeus Company will be led by a team of interim co-artistic directors: company members Tony Amendola, Rob Nagle and John Sloan. Kathleen Eads Orbach has been hired as the new Managing Director.
- ClassicsFest 2011 Announces Week Six Lineup 8/17-21
- ClassicsFest 2011 - The Antaeus Company, LA's classical theater ensemble, presents its 7th "summer splash" of actor-initiated workshops, readings, and special events. Audiences can choose from a veritable smorgasbord of the classics.
- Antaeus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Antaeus has defeated most of his opponents until it came to his fight with Heracles (who was on his way to the Garden of Hesperides for his 11th Labour).
- Antaeus (short story) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Antaeus is a short story by Borden Deal.
- Antaeus Home Page
- A non-profit membership corporation with about seventy members, mostly actors, building a classical theater ensemble for Los Angeles.
- Antaeus - The Giant Antaeus
- Antaeus was a giant with whom Hercules wrestled. Antaeus is known for drawing his strength from his mother the earth, Gaia.
- ANTAEUS : Giant of the Land of Libya | Greek mythology, Antaios, w
- ANTAIOS (or Antaeus) was a Libyan giant who forced travellers passing through his land to compete with him in a wrestling match.
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