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Explores the design of ancient theatre, the origins of tragedy, the audience in classical times, the comparative roles of the writer/director and actors, and the use of landscape in many plays through an examination of the theatres of Herodus, Atticus, Epidauros, Corinth (where Arion is said to have taught the dithyramb), and numerous others.

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