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Arts & Entertainment - July 17, 2009


Stanford Summer Theater festival explores potent Greek myth

by Daniela Reichelstein

Stanford Summer Theater's annual festival goes Greek this year, offering three stage productions and a film series that place the powerful Electra myth, about the tragic heroine who plots revenge for her father's murder, in both original and contemporary contexts.

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Intern Daniela Reichelstein can be reached at dreichelstein@paweekly.com.


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