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Ancient Greek Theatre Festival Opens with Euripides’ ‘Medea’ in Dodoni Theatre

The 1st Festival of Ancient Greek Theatre in Epirus opened at the ancient Dodoni theatre on Saturday night with a performance of the Euripides...

Passionate Greek Women Perform at a Renovated Old Train Wagon

Fascinating Greek women from mythology to Modern Greece all meet at a renovated train wagon known as "To Treno sto Rouf." The performance, in...

The Deadliest Femmes Fatales of Ancient Greek Mythology

Ancient Greek mythology is filled with references to strong men who conquered kingdoms, fought for their freedom and did not hesitate to kill. However,...

Modern-Day Medea Let Her Child Die

A 38-year-old woman killed her own baby just a few minutes after it was born, shocking people all over Greece. The modern-day Medea gave birth alone...

Greek Politics: The Worst Show on Earth

As political freak shows go, you just can't beat Greece, especially when the Three-Ring Circus known as the Parliament in session, if only to...

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