Episode 321 – Sophocles’ Oedipus the King: Radio Drama Goes Epic

Part 1 of 3 The king of Thebes investigates an act of violence that has angered the gods — but the truth he uncovers threatens to destroy him. Chatterbox Audio Theater bravely takens on Sophocles’ seminal tragedy in a contemporary translation by Ian Johnston. As far as we know, the only dramatization of Oedipus (please […]

Episode 227 – Eurydice Goes Down, Down, Down

Well, they call it Greek tragedy for a reason – and we have it in full force this week with the conclusion of Roger Gregg’s The Stuff of Myth. Orpheus finally gets his chance to plead for his Eurydice back and – by God – he gets her! But whatever you do, dude… don’t look […]