Classics with Dramatic Flair: Links for October 8

To keep you on the edge of your seats…
Now Playing:  The NewRep Classic Theater via BU and Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.
Tuesday night, October 13, 2015 at 9 pm on PBS, watch ‘Secrets of the Dead: The Real Trojan Horse’ (preview here) …and more from the “Behind the Scenes Gallery”
How Greek Theater is used to enliven a Harvard Medical Ethics class, with a few screams!
A favorable review of the film version of Alice Hoffman’s riveting novel The Dovekeepers, weaving together of the lives 5 women on Masada.  I’ve read this book and couldn’t put it down.
IMAX Theater exploration of ancient Greece, showing now!
Website to find out about Boston Area Greek festivals, complete with recipes.
A theater project called Outside the Wire reaches out to civilians and combat veterans toward a new understanding of veteran issues with a reading of Sophocles’ Ajax and Philoctetes.

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