Conference Schedule

9:30-10:30 Breakfast and Registration (Room 5409)

10:30-11:45 Panel One (Room 9204)

Moderator: Tristan Husby

  • Music and Spectacle in Euripides’ Alcestis

Peter Blandino, Classics, Boston University

  • Seeing Mad: The Metatheatricality of Tragic Representations of Madness

Carina de Klerk, Classics, Columbia University

  • Destabilizing Alcestis: Ambiguity in Identity

Lance Tomas, MAT in Latin, Hunter College

11:45-12:00 Coffee Break (Room 5409)

12:00-1:15 Panel Two (The Martin Segal Theatre, Ground Floor)

Moderator: Melissa Marturano

  • The Significance of Performing the Sisyphus Fragment
 

 Suzanne Paszkowski, History and Classics, McGill University

  • Greek Spectatorship and Aristophanes’ Thesmophoriazusae

Erin McKenna, Classics, Fordham University

  • “God is Among Us”: Religious Enlightenment and Pentheus’ Vision in Euripides’ Bacchae 918-22

Tung-An Wei (Miranda), Classics, New York University

1:15-2:30 
Lunch (Room 5409)

2:30-3:30 Keynote Address (The Martin Segal Theatre, Ground Floor)

  • Commanding Performance

Prof. Anne Duncan, Classics & Religious Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

3:30-3:45 Coffee Break (Room 5409)

3:45-5:00 Panel Three (The Martin Segal Theatre, Ground Floor)

Moderator: Alessandra Miglaria

  • Old and New Plays on the Greek Stage in the Roman Era

Mali Skotheim, Classics, Princeton University

  • Eidōlon as Cult Icon in Euripides’ Helen

Aaron Schachter, Classics, Rutgers University

  • (Re)performing the “Other”: Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Medea

Noah Preuss-Greene, Classics, New York University

5:00-6:00 Reception (Room 5409)

6:00-7:00 Performance and Talk-back (The Martin Segal Theatre, Ground Floor)

  • Western (Work in Progress)

Written by Cristina Pérez Díaz, Classics, Graduate Center

Directed by Javier Antonio González, Caborca Theatre

  • Talk back: A conversation between audience, actors, director, and playwright.
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