The Epidaurus Theater has been very well restored and gives the visitor a better idea of what one of these fantastic pieces of architecture really looked like before being stripped. I have visited this site four times and find something I missed each time I return. Oftentimes it is overrun by swarms of package tours, and some of them seem to come in waves - however if you sit in the cheap seats long enough you will find a break in the swarms and the theater will begin to reveal itself to you. You can literally hear a pin drop (ok a pen drop) from the acoustic center of the stage. If you can get past the opera singers and the karaoke stars, the resonance of a baritone is almost chilling. How did these people so long ago figure this stuff out? They didn't have a cell phone between them let alone an iPad. Architectural drawings? Who needed them! Well worth the visit - hang around long enough for the 'break' in the waves to fully enjoy the theater.
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