Cassandra Csencsitz is a New York City-based arts and beauty writer.
All too often, the fate of Greeces drama can look as bleak as their debt. Eternally at pains to sell their tragedies on the theater market, anyone who cares has to ask: What do the Greek plays have to say to us today? How do you produce them to resonant effect? And are we wrong to apply entertainments likability paradigm to art?