The Iota

The Work…

The Iota presentssite specific theatre
visual, physical, and musical
site responsive performances of
the lost (fragmentary) plays of

Aeschylus, Sophocles & Euripides.
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Scored in collaboration with artists
from all mediums
including sculptors, composers, designers, & performers.

Concept & Direction…

Jamie Lyons

Collaborators…

Ryan Tacata (Euripides #91, Athamas)
Tonyana Borkovi (Euripides #137, Athamas)
Lauren Dietrich Chavez (Sophocles #116)
Derek Philips (Sophocles #116),
Benjamin Cohn (Nausicaä)
Amber Levine (Nausicaä)
Arthur Jongebloed(Nausicaä)
Joe Cassle (Sophocles #116)
Yula Paluy (Ixion)
Daniella Furman (Ixion)
Muriel Maffre (Euripides #91)
Dylan Johnson (Sophocles #116)
Timothy Lee (Nausicaä)

Partners & Supporters…

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Locations…

The Fragments…

AESCHYLUS

Amymone
Archeresses
The Argivian Women
The Argo
Atalanta
Athamas
Attendants of the Bridal Chamber
Award of the Arms
Bacchae
Bassarae
Bone-Gatherers
Cabeiroi
Callisto
The Carians
Cercyon
Chamber Makers
Children of Hercules
Circe
Cretan Women
Cycnus
Danaids
Daughters of Helios
Daughters of Phorcys
The Descendants
Edonians
Ellusinians
Epigoni
The Egyptians
The Escorts
Europa
Ghost Raisers
Glaucus of Pontus
Glaucus of Potniae
Hypsipyle
Iphigenia
Ixion
Laius
Lemnian Women
The Lion
Lycurgus
Memnon
The Messengers
Myrmidones
Mysians
Nemea
Net Haulers
Niobe
The Nurses of Dionysus
Oreithyia
Palamedes
Penelope
Pentheus
Perrhaibides
Philoctetes
Phineus
Phrygia
The Phrygian Women
Polydectes
Priestesses
Prometheus the Fire Bearer
Prometheus the Fire Kindler
Prometheus Unbound
Proteus
Semele
Sisyphus the Runaway
Sisyphus the Stone-Roller
The Spectators
The Sphinx
Telephus
Thracian Women
Weighing of Souls
Women of Aetna
Women of Salamis
Xantriae
Youths



SOPHOCLES

Ajax the Locrian
Ajax the Whip-Bearer
Aigeus
Aigisthos
The Captive Women
The Ethiopians
The Gathering of the Achaeans
Lovers of Achilles
Akrisios
Aleadae
Aletes
Alexandros
Alcmeôn
Amphiaraus
Amphitryôn
Amycos
Andromache
Andromeda
Antenoridai
Athamas
Atreus
Camicoi
Cassandra
Cedaliôn
Cerebros
Chryseis

Clytemnestra
Colchides
Mute Ones
Creusa
Crisis
Daedalus
Danae
Dionysiacus
Dolopes
The Progeny
Erigone
Eriphyle
Eris
Eumelus
Euryalus
Eurypylus
Eurysaces
Helen’s Demand
Helen’s Marriage
Heracles At Taenarum
The Infant Heracles
Hermione
Hipponous
Hybris
Water-Bearers
Inachos
Iobates
Iôn

Iphigenia
Ixiôn
Laocoôn
Larisaioi
Lemniai
The Prophets
Meleagros
Momus
Mysoi
Nauplius’ Arrival
Nauplius’ Fires
Nausicaa
Niobe
Odysseus Scourged with Thorns
Odysseus Gone Mad
Oeneus
Oenomaus
Palamedes
Pandora
Peleus
Phaiakes
Phaedra
Philoctetes In Troy
Phineus
Phoenix
Phrixus

Phryges
Phthiôtides
The Shepherds
Polyxene
Procris
The Root-Cutters
Salmoneus
Sinon
Sisyphus
Skyrioi
Skythai
The Diners
Tantalus
Tereus
Teukros
Thamyras
Theseus
Troilus
Triptolemos
Tympanistai
Tyndareos
Tyro Shorn
Tyro Rediscovered
Image-Bearers
Unattributed Fragment (S.110)
Unattributed Fragment (S.116)



EURIPIDES

Aegus
Aeolus
Alcmaeon in Corinth
Alcmaeon in Psophis
Alcemene
Alexander
Alope
Andromeda
Antigone
Antiope
Archelaus
Auge
Autolycus
Bellerophon
Busiris
Cadmus
Captive Melanippe
Wise Melanippe

Chrysippus
Cresphontes
Cretan Women
Cretans
Danae
Dictys
Epeus
Erechtheus
Eurytheus
Hippolytus Veiled
Hypsipyle
Ino
Ixion
Lamia
Licymnius
Meleager

Oedipus
Oeneus
Oenomaus
Palamedes
Peleus
Phaethon
Peliades
Philoctetes
Phoenix
Phrixus
Pleisthenes
Polyidus
Protesilaus
Rhesus
Sciron
Scyrians

Sisyphus
Stheneboea
Syleus
Telephus
Temenus
Theristai
Thyestes
Unattributed No. 266
Unattributed No. 91