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Ashby, Clifford, Classical Greek theater: New Views of an Old Subject, University of Iowa Press, 1999.

This text is an examination of Greek theater, based on architectural evidence. The author has traveled extensively and examined many of the remaining theater sites in Greece, Southern Italy, and the Balkans.

Bovie, Palmer, and Frederick Raphael, eds., Sophocles, 1: "Ajax," "Women of Trachis," "Electro," "Philoctetes," University of Pennsylvania Press, 1998.

This book provides original and fresh translations of several of Sophocles' tragedies. The Penn Greek Drama Series intends that their new translations should make reading Greek drama accessible to any reader.

Gressler, Thomas H., Greek Theater in the 1980s, McFarland & Company, 1989.

This is a study of theater in modern Greece. The author focuses on the social and cultural influences on theater, discusses the history of theater, and provides a look at productions and the restoration of theaters.

Griffith, R. Drew, The Theater of...

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