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Tantalus: Behind the Mask
It will enter the Guinness Book of World Records...
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The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA)
The official Web site of Denver Center Theatre Company, where the play "Tantalus" premiered in September, 2000.

"Tantalus" at DCPA
The Web site for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts' production of "Tantalus." It includes an informative study guide, a transcript of the symposium about the play, and some diary listings from various members of the artistic team during the rehearsal process.

The Royal Shakespeare Company
The official Web site of the Royal Shakespeare Company. The RSC presented "Tantalus" in association with The Denver Center Theatre Company.

Sir Peter Hall
This Web site is devoted to "Tantalus" director Peter Hall and contains theatre reviews (including a page of links to reviews about "Tantalus") and articles about Hall and his work.

Playbill Online
PLAYBILL ONLINE is an excellent place to find listings for Broadway, off-Broadway, and off-off Broadway shows. It also feature news stories about the theatre industry.

The Theatre Communications Group
TCG is a national service organization that exists to strengthen, nurture, and promote the not-for-profit American theatre. has extensive information about Broadway shows.

The Off-Off-Broadway Review Online
A great resource for off-off-Broadway shows.

The WWW Virtual Library, Theatre and Drama
A compendium of links to theatre resources in over 50 countries.

The Perseus Project
A digital library for, among other subjects, Ancient Greek civilizations. Over 30,000 images are available on this Web site.

This Web site is dedicated to information regarding women in the ancient world.

Investigate what's left of Troy, Sparta, Mycenea as well as other ancient Greek archaeological Web sites via Metis' QTVR Interface. A very cool tool! (quicktime plugin required)

The Internet Classics Archive
Explore the "Tantalus" by digging into the many stories from Greco-Roman times that it was based on at this Web site, including Homer's ILIAD and ODYSSEY as well as Aeschylus' "Agamemnon" and Sophocles' "Ajax."

DIDASKALIA is devoted to the study of Ancient Greek and Roman Theatre. It is also the Web site for DIDASKALIA journal. DIDASKALIA Vol. #5, issue 2 is devoted to the Denver Center's production of "Tantalus." Check out the rest of this Web site for more general information about Greek theatre.

"The Ancient Greek World"
The University of Pennsylvania's Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology presents more information about life in ancient Greece.

Classical Myth: The Ancient Sources
This Web site contains general information about Greek gods as well as historical timelines.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Greek and Roman Art
The Metropolitan Museum or Art houses a fine collection of Greek and Roman art.

The National Archaeological Museum of Athens
Gateway to the National Archaeological Museum of Athens' collections and temporary exhibitions, as well as links to other resources on ancient Greek culture.