Nietzsche famously castigated Euripides for killing the tradition of the chorus in Greek tragedy, because the audience no longer had music to inform its comprehension. He even felt that Euripides caused the death of tragedy itself by trying to make it too Socratic, too rational.

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  • Sub Heading A review of Quantum’s “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat”
  • Sidebar Content Block The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat continues through Dec. 11. Quantum Theatre at Aspinwall Riverfront Park, 285 River Ave., Aspinwall. 4123621713 or quan​tumthe​atre​.com.
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