Dido in Oxford

June 24, 2013

edoxEarly Drama at Oxford (EDOX)  is beginning a systematic study of plays written and/or performed in the Oxford colleges between 1480 and 1650. Exciting events for this year are headed by a unique opportunity to view stagings of two Elizabethan Dido plays, William Gager’s Dido (1583) and Marlowe’s Dido, Queen of Carthage (21 September), and two related conferences, ‘Theatrum Mundi: Latin Drama in Renaissance Europe’ (13-14 September) and ‘Performing Dido: Theatre performances and conference at Christ Church’ (22 September). For further details, see the new EDOX website.

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