An Introduction to Trojan Women, 1996

An Introduction to Trojan Women, 1996


An Introduction to Trojan Women by David Stuttard provides an overview of the history and conventions of Greek tragedy, as well as the life and times of Euripides, and includes an adaptation of the play, also written by David Stuttard.

By examining the lost plays of the original trilogy, it sets Trojan Women in its dramatic context, allowing the reader to appreciate more fully the impact it was designed to have on its original audience.



“A splendid evening. The audience was frozen in an attentive and palpable silence.” Hexham Courant

“Powerfully moving… Stunningly original production.” Portsmouth News

“Riveting action and a smooth translation.” Halifax Evening Courier

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