Iphigenia in Aulis

Author: Edward Einhorn

Iphigenia in Aulis

Description: Euripides' classic tragedy about Agamemnon's sacrifice of his daughter, Iphigenia, at the insistence of his soldiers, in an adaptation that emphasizes the theme of the power of the mob.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2013
Date Added: 1/31/2014
Content Advisory:
1 Act, 75 Minutes
3 Females, 4 Males

NOTE: Iphigenia in Aulis is fully protected by copyright law and is subject to royalty. All inquiries concerning production, publication, reprinting or use of this play in any form should be addressed to utc61@hotmail.com.

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Keywords: Adaptations · Anti-War · Drama · Historical · Large Cast Size · Mythology · Politics · Religion and Spirituality · Tearjerker · War

This play is in the following collections: Untitled Theater Company #61

Original Production Information

Iphigenia in Aulis originally played February 2013 at La MaMa’s First Floor Theatre with the following cast and crew:

Amy Melissa Bentley
Servant: Lynn Berg
Agamemnon: Michael Bertolini
Klytemnestra: Ivanna Cullinan
Giselle Chatelain
Iphigenia: Laura Hartle
Achilles: Paul Murillo
Menelaus: Eric Emil Oleson
Chorus Leader: Jenny Lee Mitchell
Chorus: Sandy York
Chorus: Emily Clare Zempel

Musicians: Matthew Brundrett (drums), Aldo Perez (guitar), Mike Strauss (bass)

Director: Edward Einhorn
Music: Aldo Perez
Cheoreography: Patrice Miller
Art: Eric Shanower
Sets and masks: Jane Stein
Costumes: Carla Gant
Lighting: Jeff Nash
Stage Manager: Berit Johnson
Vocal Coach: Henry Akona
Assistant Director/Assistant Music Director: Daniela Hart,
Fight Choreography: Dan Zisson
Asst Costume/Wardrobe: Jana Fronczek