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Alcestis Stage Reading: A UNC Humanities Collaboration

Person Hall 181 E Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill

In Euripides’ Greek tragedy, Alcestis, Alcestis gives up her life for her husband Admetus to live. While even his parents wouldn’t sacrifice themselves, she goes to Hades in his place. In the household’s time of mourning, a guest arrives. What … Read more

Seneca’s Medea: A Stage Reading and Community Discussion

Person Hall 181 E Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill

Join the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Classics as we think about these questions with a stage reading of Seneca's Medea, followed by a community-wide discussion about the play's philosophical and literary themes. This is an opportunity to experience … Read more