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
Peter Wilson is William Ritchie Professor of Classics at the University of Sydney.
There is much of interest here for scholars in the world of Greek performance Robin Mitchell-Boyask, Bryn Mawr Classical Review