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When the sun begins to set, ideally calling the “who is on stage”, the myth comes back to life on stage.
The Greek theater of Syracuse has returned to receive the human wall from five thousand spectators who, until July, can attend a season played in fourth place, with two shows as different as they are equally fascinating.
The superintendent of the Institute of Ancient Drama Antonio Calbi has packaged a season with three tragedies, temporarily setting aside the comedy: debut with Aeschylus’ “Agamemnon” for the direction, sparkling as always, by Davide Livermore, staged on July 5, and with “Oedipus re” by Sophocles, directed, surprisingly, by Robert Carsen, until 3 July.
Sicilian news 2022-06-21 02:24:00