The more ancient a play is, the more work must be done to make it relevant. This is the fundamental struggle that any director has working with Greek Tragedy today. Gabriele Uboldi seems relatively unfazed by the concept. To him, that difficulty of making that relevant is basically the central conceit of the entire show.
If you ever wanted to eat like an Ancient Greek, here is the recipe of what can be said to be the world’s first energy bar. And when you eat this, just remember that you are eating the same thing that Socrates, Plato, Sophocles, and even Alexander the Great probably ate. Great for fueling that Ancient Philosophy essay (or any essay really)!