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Platforms: From Medea to Lyra
Women have had a fluctuating but always pivotal role in social history and world drama - but have the two always gone hand in hand? From Medea and Clytemnestra, through Rosalind and Cleopatra, Lady Teazle and Millamant to Nora, Hedda and the Three Sisters, on to Piaf, Top Girls and Lyra Belacqua, a discussion, to coincide with the opening of the Sphinx exhibition looks at the status of the female protagonist in theatre history. Running time 45 mins
Archive :: talk:S259810435, venue:V374
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