October 20, 2004

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6. Taking into account your findings in the above explorations, suggest one or more ways in which the voting scene, and the final hymn by the Women of Athens have been staged in the Eumenides.

We would position Orestes and The Furies at opposite sides of downstage obviously showing their opposition. To show her status we would have Athena at the back on a rasied level in the middle, again showing her status, whilst also conveying her sense of fairness and equality. We would position the judges sitting at the front symbolising that their vote is at the forefront of the play.


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  1. poor little pidgeon, this is your first comment in 9 weeks and many entries.

    23 Nov 2004, 18:44


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