She promoted their own Lysistrata moment, convincing the women to deny sex to their husbands until the fighting ended.
It is not conceivable that the Lysistrata of Aristophanes could be presented on any public stage in Christendom.
What is it all about, dear Lysistrata, That you've called the women hither in a troop?
There is nothing unwholesome or suggestive about the "Lysistrata" designs: they are as as frank, free, and outspoken as the text.
For the Lysistrata is a political play, and cannot be discussed profitably apart from its political ideas and arguments.
His first work, Phryn, was produced in 1891, and was followed by an adaptation of Aristophanes' Lysistrata.
The mouths of the heralds of the Lysistrata were set in one curve of comedy throughout the play.
When two parties are already of one mind, as Lysistrata observes, they are not long in coming to an understanding.
The other two plays of Aristophanes in which women figure prominently are the Lysistrata and the Ecclesiazus.
Lysistrata is the wife of an Athenian magistrate, and has been strongly affected by the ill success of the Peloponnesian War.