- Game Of Thrones And The Greek Tale Of Iphigeneia
- Agamemnon was told by Calchas – the unfortunate messenger of the gods – that he must sacrifice Iphigeneia in order to appease the goddess. Agamemnon's response? He cut his daughter's throat.
- Jeugdtheaterschool VRIJDAG speelt Iphigeneia
- Zoals ieder jaar staat ook de Jeugdtheaterschool VRIJDAG met een voorstelling op het festival. Regisseur Sanne Verkaaik maakte samen met kunstenaar Jaime Ibanez een beeldende versie van het verhaal van Iphigeneia uit Homerus' Ilias.
- Photo Flash: Tatou Dede Stars Tonight in THE RETURN OF IPHIGENEIA at United Solo
- The Return of Iphigeneia by Yiannis Ritsos comes to New York's United Solo Theatre Festival at Theatre Row tonight, 7 November 2014 (sold out) and Sunday, 9 November 2014 at 6 pm. Scroll down for a sneak peek at star Tatou Dede in action! Pianist ...
- Christine Goerke looks ahead to the BSO's 'Elektra'
- In Greek mythology, Agamemnon sacrificed Elektra's sister Iphigeneia for a favorable wind that would carry him to Troy. That information is withheld from Hofmannsthal's play and the libretto of the opera.
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