It’s the 5th century B.C.E. Imagine you are an actor, ready to walk on to the stage. This is what you might see (minus the photographer) in Siracusa. Note: Theater was performed during the daylight hours so the audience could see the action on stage. The Greeks designed amphiteaters so that the actors’ voices would carry naturally.
During our 2018 Stirring Sicily tour, on Day 3, you could recite all of the Sophocles you’d like after our market tour and hands-on cooking class. Learn more about this and all of our 2018 tours at ExperienceSicily.com.