Heautontimorumenos; the Self-Tormentor

Terence (c.195 BC - 159 BC)
Translated by Henry Thomas Riley (1816 - 1878)

Terence's six plays are comedies written while he was a slave to a Roman senator. In this one, a severe father compels his son Clinia, in love with Antiphila, to go abroad to the wars; and repenting of what has been done, torments himself in mind. - Summary by ToddHW

Cast list:
Chremes, an old gentleman, living in the country: Adrian Stephens
Menedemus, an old gentleman, his neighbor: ToddHW
Clinia, son of Menedemus: alanmapstone
Clitipho, son of Chremes: Tomas Peter
Dromo, servant of Clinia: Nemo
Syrus, servant of Clitipho: Larry Wilson
Sostrata, wife of Chremes: Eva Davis
Antiphila, a young woman beloved by Clinia: TJ Burns
Bacchis, a Courtesan, the mistress of Clitipho: Sonia
The Nurse of Antiphila: B L Newman
Phrygia, maid-servant to Bacchis: Leanne Yau
Stage Directions: MichaelMaggs
Edited by: ToddHW

Genre(s): Classics (Greek & Latin Antiquity), Plays

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Act 1 Group 00:22:00
Play 02 Act 2 Group 00:22:56
Play 03 Act 3 Group 00:19:09
Play 04 Act 4 Group 00:29:32
Play 05 Act 5 Group 00:21:15