A cultural history of theatre in antiquity – Bryn Mawr Classical Review

The cultural history of theatre in Antiquity (meaning Greek and Roman civilisations) is the first volume of a collection of six books that explores the cultural history of theatre from a chronological (since Antiquity) and thematic point of view (each volume contains the same ten chapter headings). The focus of this work is not on the literary interpretation of the ancient theatrical texts, but the exploration of the networks of production, circulation, and knowledge of Greek and Roman theatres.

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