By Arisophanes
Translated by Karen Rosenbecker

First, I bow to the sun, grateful to see his radiance again, then to the famous soil of Pallas Athena and all the land of Cecrops which has received me, a weary wayward wanderer, come back to her own native shore, to the glory that is Greece and the grandeur that is home.

The Last Scene

By Alain Foix
Translated by Amelia Parenteau

The Last Scene offers an almost dreamy depiction of violent realities, and a fascinating window into our past, through a lens of French interpretation.


By Racine
Translated by Catherine Esther Styles

Although Racine’s Phèdre is acknowledged as one of the supreme achievements of European literature, it is not often performed in English.