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“Tragic Heroines on Ancient and Modern Stage”

Publication date: 24-01-2009 19:23

Centro de Estudos Clássicos e Humanísticos, member of the Network on Performance of the Ancient Greek Drama
Faculdade de Letras – Universidade de Coimbra (January 2009) – Anf. IV

Program

January 30th

- 9:30h – Opening session
Prof. M. Fátima Silva, Portuguese Coordinator of the Network Performance of Ancient Greek Drama;
Prof. M. Céu Fialho, Centro de Estudos Clássicos e Humanísticos’ President

- 10:00h
Petros Vrachiotis, “Medea, Clytemnestra and Antigone: a psychological approach according to the tragedies and the myths under the frame of the patriarchal society”;
Grazyna Canevall, “Phaedra and Medea – the irrationality of being”;
Sofia Alexiadou, “Lady sings the blues: Tragic heroines in opera”;
Delfim F. Leão, “Ancient drama and modern spectators: Thíasos on stage”.
11:30h – Break
11:45h 
Anastasia Remoundou-Howley, “Rehearsing Instabilit(y)ies in Aidan Carl Mathews’ Antigone”;
Susana Marques, “António Pedro’s Antigone on stage”;
Krystyna Mogilnicka, “Electra of Krzysztof Warlikowski”.
13:00h – Lunch
14:30h – Visit to the University of Coimbra
15:30h
Anastasia Merkouri, “Medea’ s sacrifice and the unsatisfied director: Euripides’ Medea by Anatoli Vassiliev”.
Suzanne Groenland, “Radical love, radical hate: Johan Doesburgs Medea on stage”.
Eliška Poláčková,  “Seneca´s Phaedra – An overpassionate heroine? ”
Bijon Sinha, “Fatal Attraction: victim of chastity or failed seductress?  Euripides' Phaedra (Hippolytus) and Kalidasa's Urvashi: a comparative study of the tragic heroine”. 
17:00h – Break
17:15h

Hélia Correia and Jaime Rocha, “Rewriting tragic Heroines for the modern stage”.

21:00h – Aristophanes Wasps – performance by Thíasos

January 31st

Morning for free personal activities

14:30h – Visit to the Roman ruins of Conímbriga and Rabaçal

17:00h – Closing session
Platon Mavromoustakos, Henri Schoenmaker, “Modern Europe and ancient Greek drama”.


Sponsors

Pró-Reitoria para a Cultura da Universidade de Coimbra
Faculdade de Letras
Centro de Estudos Clássicos e Humanísticos
Câmara Municipal de Penela
Região de Turismo do Centro
Thíasos
Porto Ferreira
Museu Monográfico de Conímbriga
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