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Iphigenia 2.0

Mee, Charles L.

The play by Euripides, set in the world today, in which a great imperial power steps into the world to go to war—taking an action so wrong that it sets the empire on the road to complete self-destruction. Proving, as Agamemnon himself says on the brink of the Trojan war, "we see from the histories of empires that none will last forever and all are brought down finally not by others but by themselves." [11 actors]

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March 30, 2011