Calling all Actors, Designers, and Creatives—to participate in a staged reading of
Directed by Rob Groves
Friday, January 3, 2020
SCS/AIA Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.
The Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance's annual tradition of staged readings at the annual general meeting will continue this year with a production of an engaging example of Classical reception, Robert Montgomery Bird's 1831 retelling of the Spartacus story, The Gladiator!
On March 15, the Aquila Theatre, in collaboration with SCS and the Onassis Foundation USA, produced a staged reading at BAM of Emily Wilson's translation of the Odyssey. You can read more about the staged reading here.
Congratulations to Aquila on its recently announced NEH grant of $250,000 for The Warrior Chorus: An American Odyssey. This program will train veterans and scholars in three regional centers across the US to lead audience forums, workshops, and reading groups connected with a staging of Emily Wilson's translation of the Odyssey.
The Department of Classics and the Ancient Theater Performance Group of Cornell University present....
“The Trojan Women”
In the original Latin
Directed by Daniel Gallagher and Nathan Chazan
Sunday, April 21, 2019 – 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019 – 7: 30 p.m.
Rhodes-Rawlings Auditorium – Klarman Hall
Admission is free.
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Oedipus: A Greek Tragedy by Sophocles
Calling all actors—designers—creatives organized and not—to join us in
Translated by Jeffrey Henderson
The Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance's annual tradition of staged readings at the annual general meeting will continue this year with a production of Aristophanes' Assemblywomen!
CALL FOR ACTORS, DESIGNERS AND OTHER CREATIVE TYPES!
The Arsonists (a morality play without a moral)
by Max Frisch
Translated by Alistair Beaton
Fri, Jan 5th, 2018
SCS Annual Meeting, Boston
Directed by Laura & Mike Lippman
This year we will continue the tradition of CAMP sponsored productions with a staged reading of The Arsonists (a morality play without a moral) by Max Frisch, translated by Alistair Beaton.
A crafty meretrix skillfully plies her trade as three men, one from the city, one from the country, and a mercenary soldier, compete to outdo each other with gifts. She gets what she wants, they not so much. Christopher Bungard will direct Plautus' Truculentus as the annual staged reading for the Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance at this year's SCS meeting on Thursday, January 5th. Start the convention off right with a good old fashioned comedy. The show is free and open to the public.
The performance will be held at 8:00pm on January 5th in the Toronto Ballroom 1 at the Toronto Hilton. You can find more information about the SCS annual meeting here.
One meretrix. Three lovers. Sassy cooks, grumpy slaves, and more. The Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance is looking for participants for our annual staged reading at the 2017 SCS Meeting in Toronto. This year we will be performing one of Plautus's favorites -- Truculentus. Is it love when an adulescens visits a meretrix or just business? Come help us share the skilled bamboozlement of three lovers by the crafty Phronesium. In addition to actors, we will also have need for a musician/musicians.
Aquila/NYU is offering discounted tickets for Philoctetes, being presented in Brooklyn in April as part of its NEH veterans program. Tickets can be ordered here and $50 tickets can be purchased for $35 by entering the code SCS35. For group rates (10 or more) contact email@example.com
SCS Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance (CAMP)
Call for Director and Play at the 2018 Annual Meeting
The Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance invites expressions of interest in directing a performance piece (e.g., play, mime, pantomime, reading of Homer, Sappho, Plato, etc.) at the 2018 SCS meeting in Boston. Past scripts have included translations and adaptations of ancient Greek and Roman plays, as well as plays inspired by classical themes, figures and topics. Proposals for plays must be accompanied by a firm commitment by a director or a larger creative team who will assume full responsibility for production. Scripts must be complete by the time the statement of interest is submitted, and the proposer must have the legal right to perform the script.