Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Open Access Journal: Didaskalia: The Journal for Ancient Performance

[First posted in AWOL 2 November 2009. Updated 22 August 2018.  n.b.  Founded in 1994, Didaskalia is a Pioneering Open Access Journal]

Didaskalia: The Journal for Ancient Performance
ISSN: 1321-4853
Didaskalia (διδασκαλία) is the term used since ancient times to describe the work a playwright did to teach his chorus and actors the play.  The official records of the dramatic festivals in Athens were the διδασκαλίαι.  Didaskalia now furthers the scholarship of the ancient performance.
Didaskalia is an English-language, online publication about the performance of Greek and Roman drama, dance, and music.  We publish double blind, peer-reviewed scholarship on performance as well as reviews of the professional activity of artists and scholars who work on ancient drama.
We welcome submissions on any aspect of the field, and we provide a uniquely friendly venue for publishing sound, image, and video evidence.  If you would like your work to be reviewed, please write to at least three weeks in advance of the performance date.  We also seek interviews with practitioners and opinion pieces.

Volume 13 (2016–2017)

13.15 Valedictory from the Editor
Amy R. Cohen
13.14 Review - Sophocles’ Electra at the Dallas Theater Center
Thomas E. Jenkins
13.13 Imperial Pantomime and Satoshi Miyagi’s Medea
William A. Johnson
13.12 Review - Two Tragic Worlds of Soldiers: Not Man Apart Physical Theatre Ensemble’s Ajax in Iraq
Yuko Kurahashi
13.11 Gamel Panel - The Authenticity of Mary-Kay Gamel
Ruby Blondell
13.10 Gamel Panel - Sophocles after Ferguson: Antigone in St. Louis, 2014
Timothy Moore
13.09 Gamel Panel - Navigating Tricky Topics: The Benefits of Performance Pedagogy
Christopher Bungard
13.08 Gamel Panel - Raising the Stakes: Mary-Kay Gamel and the Academic Stage
Amy R. Cohen
13.07 Gamel Panel - Performance, Politics, Pedagogy: a Tribute to Mary-Kay Gamel
C.W. Marshall
13.06 Conversation - Deus Ex Machina at the Long Center for Performing Arts, Austin, Texas
Liz Fisher, Robert Matney, Paul Woodruff, Lucia Woodruff
13.05 Review - 52nd Season of Classical Plays at the Greek Theatre in Syracuse: Sophocles’ Electra, Euripides’ Alcestis
Caterina Barone
13.04 Review - Rhesus at Aristotle's Lyceum
Scott Andrew Cally
13.03 Review - Trachiniae at Minor Latham Playhouse, New York
Claire Catenaccio
13.02 Review - Sophocles’ Philoctetes at Aquila Theatre
Tony Tambasco
13.01 Review - Apollonius’ Argonautika at Gustavus Adolphus College
Eric Dugdale and William Riihiluoma

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