You've been talking about it, so here we go. The first fifteen chapters deal with the nature of Greek Tragedy, which Nietzsche claims was born when the Apollonian worldview met the Dionysian - the principles of dream and ecstasy.
How do the Apollonian and Dionysian play out as fundamental responses to the problem of being? What truth does Nietzsche see in tragic art forms? What relationship does this have to life at its fullest? What is the contrast with "the Socratic"?
This will be a free discussion in light of Nietzsche's writing - the primary focus being on our own understanding. I.E., Definitely don't worry if you don't follow everything Nietzsche throws at you.
The first 6 chapters are most important for our discussion.
Book is free online HERE.
Short helpful podcast HERE **recommended** (the first half)
“I am convinced that art is the highest task and the essential metaphysical capability of this life."