October 15, 2004

Visual Resources – Staging the Eumenides

ii. Do these differences suggest a fundamentally, or merely superficially different theatrical experience?

I would argue that these differences would suggest a fundamental as opposed to superfically different theatrical experince ;

The Athenian audience saw theatre as a huge part of culture, society and the underlying fabric of their civalisation . This consequently led to huge productions for literally the whole of Athens and this would have significantly altered their theatrical expereince from our own.


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