Sources for “Euripides, Eumenides” podcast

Episode 11: The Rites of Dionysus

“Dionysus • Facts and Information on Greek God Dionysus.” Greek Gods & Goddesses, 19 Oct. 2019, greekgodsandgoddesses.net/gods/dionysus/

“Dionysus.” Mystery Cults of the Ancient World, by Hugh Bowden, Princeton University Press, 2010. 

Edwards, Eric. “Maenads and Bacchantes.” Eric Edwards Collected Works, 14 Mar. 2015, ericwedwards.wordpress.com/2014/09/04/maenads-and-bacchantes/

Handelman, Don “Designs of Ritual: The City Dionysia of Fifth-Century Athens.” Celebrations: Sanctuaries and the Vestiges of Cult Activity, ed. Michael Wedde, G. Medialog, 2004. 

McIntosh, Matthew A. “Maenads: The ‘Raving Ones’ of the Ancient Greek Bacchanalia.” Brewminate, 25 Nov. 2019, brewminate.com/maenads-the-raving-ones-of-the-ancient-greek-bacchanalia/

Oracle. “Dionysus and The Sacred Bull.” The Cave of Oracle, 13 Feb. 2014, caveoforacle.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/dionysus-and-the-sacred-bull/

RedEyesTakeWarning. “Miscellaneous Myths: Dionysus.” YouTube, Overly Sarcastic Productions, 15 June 2018, www.youtube.com/watch?v=5brAr51ip_k.

The City Dionysia, www.theatredatabase.com/ancient/city_dionysia_001.html

“The Greeks.” Theatre’s Strangest Acts: Extraordinary but True Tales from the History of Theatre, by Sheridan Morley, Robson, 2006. 

Episodes 9 & 10: Post-Mortem – Turn Off the Dark, Parts I & II

Barber, Nicholas. “How a Spider-Man Musical Became a Theatrical Disaster.” BBC Culture, BBC, 25 Nov. 2020, www.bbc.com/culture/article/20201125-how-a-spider-man-musical-became-a-theatrical-disaster.

Berger, Glen. Song of Spider-Man: The Inside Story of the Most Controversial Musical in Broadway History. Simon & Schuster, 2014.

Freeman, Hadley. Alan Cumming: King of Off-Message. 24 Jan. 2011, www.theguardian.com/culture/2011/jan/24/alan-cumming-dare.

Healy, Patrick. Injured ‘Spider-Man’ Dancer Discusses His Lawsuit. 26 Feb. 2014. https://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/27/theater/injured-spider-man-dancer-discusses-his-lawsuit.html

Healy, Patrick. Precipitous Fall for Spider-Man Director. 9 Mar. 2011. https://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/10/theater/julie-taymor-spider-man.html?pagewanted=all

Healy, Patrick. Costly ‘Spider-Man’ Can’t Get off the Ground. 5 Nov. 2010, www.nytimes.com/2010/11/05/theater/05spiderman.html?_r=1&ref=theater.

Hetrick, Adam. “Troubled Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark Delays Broadway Opening Again.” Playbill, PLAYBILL INC., 14 Jan. 2011, www.playbill.com/article/troubled-spider-man-turn-off-the-dark-delays-broadway-opening-again-com-175192.

Henderson, Brendon. “Spider-Man Turn off the Dark: The Chaotic History (WitW: S1E1).” YouTube, Wait in the Wings, 10 Apr. 2019, youtu.be/j6bxB9vTToQ.

Jones, Jennifer. “The Foxwoods Theatre Changes Its Name Again, Back To The Lyric Theatre.” NYTIX, 13 Mar. 2014, www.nytix.com/news/the-foxwoods-theatre-changes-its-name-again-back-to-the-lyric-theatre.

Riedel, Michael. “Broadway Bombshell.” New York Post, New York Post, 30 May 2010, nypost.com/2010/05/30/broadway-bombshell/.

Riesman, Abraham. The Making of Superman’s Brief Flight on Broadway. 10 Aug. 2020, www.vulture.com/article/superman-broadway-musical-its-a-bird-flop.html.

Episode 8: The Incident at Astor Place

Anthony, Dave, and Gareth Reynolds. “116 – The Actor Rivalry.” The Dollop, All Things Comedy Network, 19 Sept. 2015, https://allthingscomedy.com/podcasts/116—the-actor-rivalry-1/page/8.

“The Astor Place Riot.” Showtime: a History of the Broadway Musical Theater, by Larry Stempel, W.W. Norton, 2010, pp. 27–35.

Williams, Joseph. “One Of New York City’s Deadliest Riots Was Sparked By A Performance Of ‘Macbeth’.” All That’s Interesting, 1 Dec. 2019, allthatsinteresting.com/astor-place-riot.

Episode 7: The Quarrel of Le Cid

“1610: Francois Ravaillac, Because Paris Was Worth More than a Mass.” ExecutedToday.com ” Francois Ravaillac, 27 May 2008, www.executedtoday.com/tag/francois-ravaillac/.

“Analysis of Pierre Corneille’s Le Cid – Literary Theory and Criticism.” Literary Theory and Criticism, 18 Sept. 2020, https://literariness.org/2020/09/18/analysis-of-pierre-corneilles-le-cid/.

Gerould, Daniel Charles. Theatre, Theory, Theatre: the Major Critical Texts from Aristotle and Zeami to Soyinka and Havel. Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2000.

Horne, Alistair. Seven Ages of Paris. Vintage Books, 2004

Petruzzello, Melissa. “Edict of Nantes.” Britannica, 8 Apr. 2020, www.britannica.com/event/Edict-of-Nantes.

“Rules, Rule-Breaking and French Neoclassicism: Crash Course Theatre #20.” Youtube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 6 Jul. 2018, https://youtu.be/fXRpTLvPdT0.

Episode 6: Laura Keene:

“A Night with Laura Keene.” Smithsonian Civil War: Inside the National Collection, by Neil Kagan and Stephen G. Hyslop, Smithsonian Books, 2013.

Anthony, Dave, Gareth Reynolds with guest Patton Oswalt. “Boston Corbett.” The Dollop, Apple Podcasts, 23 Sept. 2015, All Things Comedy Network, https://allthingscomedy.com/podcasts/117—boston-corbett—live-with-patton-oswalt

Laura Keene. (2014, April 17). Retrieved March 12, 2021, from https://www.womenhistoryblog.com/2014/04/laura-keene.html

McCarthy, Maureen. “Laura Keene.” Lighting the Way, Historic Women of the SouthCoast, 13 Feb. 2020, historicwomensouthcoast.org/laura-keene/.

Mead, Amanda V., and Rita Vigil. “THEATRE MANAGER & ACTIVIST: Laura Keene & Rigoberto Menchú Tum.” I Don’t Know Her, Apple Podcasts, 25 Nov. 2019, https://idkherpodcast.libsyn.com/theatre-manager-activist-laura-keene-rigoberta-mench-tum

O’Reilly, Bill, and Martin Dugard. Killing Lincoln: the Shocking Assassination That Changed America. Henry Holt and Co., 2011.

Steers, Edward. Blood on the Moon. University Press of Kentucky, 2005.

Episode 5: Secrets

Cepek, R. (2014). Stages of Belief: The Nature of Audience Response in Medieval and Early Modern Drama (Doctoral dissertation, Duquesne University). Retrieved from https://dsc.duq.edu/etd/387

Harris, John Wesley. Medieval Theatre in Context: an Introduction. Routledge, 2005

Hudson, Mariella. “10 Historic Moments on the London Stage Which Shaped British Theatre.” Culture Trip, The Culture Trip, 13 Apr. 2015, theculturetrip.com/europe/united-kingdom/england/london/articles/10-historic-moments-on-the-london-stage-which-shaped-british-theatre/.

Johnston, Ruth. “Staging Plays on the Continent: Special Effects.” All Things Medieval, 7 Oct. 2020, ruthjohnston.com/AllThingsMedieval/?p=2781.

Macdonald, Fiona. “Medieval Towns.” Everyday Life: the Middle Ages. Macdonald Educational, 1984.

Stevenson, Cait. Medieval Special Effects. 25 Aug. 2018, www.medievalists.net/2018/08/medieval-special-effects/.

Episode 4: The Era of -Isms

Apollinaire, Guillaume. The Breasts of Tiresias; a Surrealist Drama.

“Dada, Surrealism, and Symbolism: Crash Course Theatre #37.” Youtube, uploaded by CrashCourse, 23 Nov. 2018, youtu.be/Fx0Z6y2HmlM.

“Futurism Movement Overview.” The Art Story, m.theartstory.org/movement/futurism/.

Richter, Hans. DADA: Art and Anti-Art. Thames and Hudson, 2016.

Shattuck, Roger. The Banquet Years: the Origins of the Avant Garde in France, 1885 to 1918. Anchor Books, 1961.

Wilson, Edwin, and Alvin Goldfarb. Living Theatre: History of Theatre. 6th ed., McGraw-Hill, 2012.

Episode 3: The Deuce

Arnold, Martin. “Most Times Square Prostitutes Staying Off Street to Avoid Arrest.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 9 July 1971, www.nytimes.com/1971/07/09/archives/most-times-square-prostitutes-staying-off-street-to-avoid-arrest.html.


Carlson, Jen. “A Look Back At The Real Deuce: Times Square In The 1970s.” Gothamist, Gothamist, 8 Sept. 2017, gothamist.com/arts-entertainment/a-look-back-at-the-real-deuce-times-square-in-the-1970s.


Maslon, Laurence, and Michael Kantor. Broadway: the American Musical. Bulfinch Press, 2004.


Landis, Bill, and Michelle Clifford. Sleazoid Express: a Mind-Twisting Tour through the Grindhouse Cinema of Times Square. Simon & Schuster, 2002.


Marton, Janos. “Today in NYC History: Times Square Turns the Corner in 1981.” Untapped New York, 9 May 2018, untappedcities.com/2015/02/11/today-in-nyc-history-times-square-turns-the-corner-in-1981/.


Phillips, Mccandlish. “Chorus Getting Louder: ‘Clean Up Times Square’.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 17 July 1972, www.nytimes.com/1972/07/17/archives/chorus-getting-louder-clean-up-times-square.html.


Young, Greg, and Tom Myers. “Times Square in the 1970s: Grindhouses, Peep Shows and XXX Neon Nostalgia.” The Bowery Boys: New York City History, 8 Sept. 2017, www.boweryboyshistory.com/2017/09/times-square-1970s-grindhouses-peep-shows-xxx-neon-nostalgia-2.html.

Episode 2: The Authorship Question

Flynn, Derek. “Christopher Marlowe: the Elizabethan James Bond.” The Irish Times, The Irish Times, 6 June 2016, www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/christopher-marlowe-the-elizabethan-james-bond-1.2674323. 

Greenblatt, Stephen. How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare. Bodley Head, 2014. 

McCrum, Robert. “Who Really Wrote Shakespeare?” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 14 Mar. 2010, www.theguardian.com/culture/2010/mar/14/who-wrote-shakespeare-james-shapiro 

Michel, Lincoln. “Inside the Weird World of Shakespeare Conspiracy Theories.” InsideHook, 29 Aug. 2019, www.insidehook.com/article/books/inside-the-weird-world-of-shakespeare-conspiracy-theories. 

Rettino, Matthew. “Christopher Marlowe : An Elizabethan Assassination Conspiracy?” Archaeologists of the Weird, 24 Mar. 2013, matthewrettino.com/2013/03/24/christopher-marlowe-an-elizabethan-assassination-conspiracy/. 

Rose, Lloyd. “Who Wrote Shakespeare? Author James Shapiro Offers an Answer.” The Washington Post, WP Company, 6 June 2010, www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/06/04/AR2010060402064.html?tid=a_inl_manual. 

Episode 1: The Consequences of the Inter Regnum

Clark, George N. The Later Stuarts: 1660-1714. Clarendon Pr., 1988. 

Fraser, Antonia. Cromwell: The Lord Protector. Plume, 1986.

Hutton, Ronald. Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Oxford University Press, 1991. 

Jordan, Don, and Mike Walsh. The King’s Bed: Sex and Power in the Court of Charles II. Pegasus Books, 2016.