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The Greek Theatre and Festivals
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Peter Wilson: Introduction: From the ground up I. Festivals and performers: some new perspectives 1: William Slater: Deconstructing festivals 2: Angelos Chaniotis: Theatre rituals 3: Sophia Aneziri: Artists' participation and the organization of music contests in the Hellenistic period: an attempt at classification II. Festivals of Athens and Attica 4: Eric Csapo: The men who built the theatres: theatropolai, theatronai, and arkhitektones 5: Hans Goette: Choregic monuments and the Athenian democracy 6: Peter Wilson: Performance in the Pythion: the Athenian Thargelia III. Beyond Athens 7: Paola Ceccarelli and Silvia Milanezi: Dithyramb, Tragedy - and Cyrene 8: John Ma: A Horse from Teos: epigraphical notes on the Ionian-Hellespontine Association of Dionysiac Artists 9: Brigitte Le Guen: Kraton, son of Zotichos: artists' associations and monarchic power in the Hellenistic period 10: Ian Rutherford: Theoria and theatre at Samothrace: the Dardanos by Dumas of Iasos 11: Charles Crowther: The Dionysia at Iasos: its artists, patrons, and audience 12: David Jordan: An opisthographic lead tablet from Sicily with a financial document and a curse concerning choregoi 13: Peter Wilson: Sicilian choruses

About the Author

Peter Wilson is William Ritchie Professor of Classics at the University of Sydney.

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There is much of interest here for scholars in the world of Greek performance Robin Mitchell-Boyask, Bryn Mawr Classical Review

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