Iphigenia in Aulis

Author: Colette Freedman

Iphigenia in Aulis

Description: A Greek Chorus of Women narrates in Iambic pentameter: To assure a victory as he prepares his soldiers for an attack on Troy, the Greek king must sacrifice his beloved daughter to the gods.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2006
Date Added: 9/15/2011
Content Advisory: This play is suitable for teenage audiences/high school performers
1 Act, 70 Minutes
5 Females, 5 Males

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Original Production Information

Iphigenia in Aulis was first presented by in 2006 at , with the following cast and credits:

Iphigenia at Aulis was presented at the 2006 by Circus Theatricals with the following cast and credits:
Greek Chorus of Women: Lindsay Bellock, Rocky Bonifield, Donna Luisa Guinan
Agamemnon: Thomas Kopache
The Old Man: James Karr
Achilles: Jerry Goble
Clytaemnestra: Strawn Bovee
Menelaus: John Ross Clark
The Messenger: Robert Lesko
Iphigenia: Jade Sealey

Directed by: Jack Stehlin
Produced by: Jack and Jeannine Stehlin
Choreography: Denise Renee
Sets/Costumes/Sound: Kitty Rose
Lights: Derrick McDaniel
Music Consultant: Daniel Nathan Spector