Philip Armstrong
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Iphigenia's Necessitarian Cage and the Horror of the

A novel written in conjunction with the opera Iphigenia
in Weimar

The young man stood at the top of the Großer
Beerberg as if a golden statue of ancient days. With
bare feet fixed to the ground, the plaid trekker’s shirt
cast casually aside, and the sun-bleached hair tied
out of the way in a pony-tail, he drew his breath, raised
the bell of his trumpet, and played his dramatic music.

The Iphigenia Inquiry

A set of 50 video-episodes.

The Iphigenia Inquiry explores the Weimar tradition of
ideas pertaining to the relationship between mind and
nature. The entire text is available in this volume.

Theseus and the Minotaur

A tragic drama in one act (about 45 minutes in
duration) suitable for high school students or young
adult theater

Theseus is a brave hero. He carries a great sword. He
aspires to be King of Athens. Yet he is judged poorly
for being the illegitimate son of the sovereign, and is
labelled as unfit for kingship. He knows he can only
achieve his dreams by undermining the legitimacy of
the monarch and the political stability of the entire
region, and by turning to treachery.

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