Warning: This podcast discusses adult themes and theatre scenes of an erotic nature.
Blood. Violence. Passion. Wine. This episode has it all, as we discuss the Stratford Festival production of Bakkhai, a new translation of Euripides’ Bacchae by Ann Carson.
We apologize for a few audio glitches, especially around the eleven minute mark. We thought this episode was worth sharing anyway and hope you enjoy it.
Find out more about the Stratford Festival production of Bakkhai, including photos and a video trailer, on the production’s website.
You can read more about the Twitches & Itches production of Euripides’ Bacchae in January 2017 in the Brock News.
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Bakkhai. Euruipides. Translation by Ann Carson, directed by Jillian Keiley, performances by Mac Fyfe, Lucy Peacock, Gordon Miller, Stratford Festival, 23 September 2017, Tom Patterson Theatre, Stratford, Ontario.
Bacchae. Euripides. Directed by Colin Anthes. Twitches and Itches Theatre, 18 January 2017, First Ontario Performing Arts Centre, St. Catharines, Ontario.
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