Aeschylus' Persians: A Collaborative Student Performance

Please join us for a virtual dramatic reading of Aeschylus' Persians, our oldest surviving Greek tragedy, on Friday May 28th at 6pm Eastern! Free of charge and open to public!

Dartmouth College

Aeschylus' Persians: A Collaborative Student Performance

Please join us for a virtual dramatic reading of Aeschylus' Persians, our oldest surviving Greek tragedy, on Friday May 28th at 6pm Eastern!

Free of charge and open to public!

Zoom link information:

https://dartmouth.zoom.us/j/98544766496?pwd=c0JPb0c1RzFaejcwWjRaUmJaRmRLUT09

Passcode: 436051

Featuring original music composed by Christian Wolff and saxophone accompaniment by Abigail Mans, this play will be performed by students at Dartmouth College and Woodstock Union High School under the direction of Simone Oppen.

Performed in English (translation provided by Ian Johnston).
Duration: approximately one hour (followed by an optional half-hour talkback with director and cast)

Made possible through the support of Dartmouth's Center for Social Impact and Department of Classics.

Link to download program: aeschylus_persians_play_program.pdf, Link to the two songs: they may be found here and here.