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Tempi Theatre inaugurated, with Aeschylus’ ‘The Choephori’.

Tempi Theatre inaugurated, with Aeschylus’ ‘The Choephori’.

The Tempi Theatre in the region of Omolios, central Greece, opened to the public with Aeschylus’ “The Choephori” (meaning “The Libation Bearers”), the second part of the”Oresteia” trilogy, performed by the Thessaly Theatre Group.     Aeschylus (ca. 525 B.C.) is regarded “the father of Ancient Greek tragedy”. He has written between 50 and 90 plays, but only six of them still […]

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