Theater was a major part of the lives of the ancient Greeks and Romans. Tragedies and comedies written by famous classical playwrights, such as Euripides, Sophocles, Aristophanes, and Plautus, are enjoyable even to a modern audience.
In the modern world, we expect for our playwrights to express progressive ideals and morals in their plays. The way in which we present this play in particular reflects that. However, there are a number of conventions. . .