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World Theatre Day

by Chara Kitsaki

“The stage is a magic circle where only the most real things happen, a neutral territory outside the jurisdiction of Fate where stars may be crossed with impunity.

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10 literary mothers - the good, the bad and the ugly

It’s Mothering Day in the UK today – or to give it its secular name, Mother’s Day. A day when we are asked to show our appreciation for the women who brought us into the world. 1,417 more words

Sunday Salon

Korinthian Women and the Plot Against Medea

Two passages from the Scholia to Euripides’ Medea explain why Euripides told the story he did and what the ‘real’ facts were behind it.

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Greek

Hecuba

Sons fall before their mothers, some from city walls,
Others kicking in their own coughed foam.
They bring them in on trays, like tea, or news. 154 more words

Poem

to leave no stone unturned

 

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The phrase to leave no stone unturned means to try every possible course of action in order to achieve something.

(The equivalent French phrase has a cosmic dimension since it is… 458 more words

Etymology

Full-Cast Greek Tragedy from The Online Stage on Audible

Lee Ann was very happy to participate in another production from The Online Stage.  She plays the part of the nurse in the Greek tragedy… 196 more words