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D. Nicholas Rudall (born 1940, in Llanelli, Wales) is Professor of Classical Languages and Literatures, a member of on General Studies in the Humanities and Ancient Mediterranean World, and the College at the University of Chicago, where he has taught since 1966. He specializes in Greek drama, and has translated numerous works by Sophocles, Euripides, and Aristophanes. His translations and adaptations are published by Ivan R. Dee of Chicago, for whom he is co-editor of the Plays for Performance Series with longtime friend and colleague Bernard Sahlins. Among undergraduates, Rudall is known particularly for his work with prominent Shakespearean David Bevington, with whom he created and co-taught a two-quarter sequence entitled "History and Theory of Drama".
Rudall is also the founding director of the Court Theatre in Chicago and a multiple Jeff-award-winning actor and translator.
- Rudall's CV
- Retirement announcement in the Chronicle. June 8, 2006.
- Nicholas Rudall at the Internet Movie Database
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