Department of Theatre Arts Presents Eurydice
February 7, 2013
Pictured is Ashley Bendien as Eurydice
The New York Times calls Eurydice "...an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory." Turning to the bride's side of the myth of Orpheus, Sarah Ruhl leads us on a dreamlike journey from Eurydice's fateful wedding day to a surprisingly familiar and heartbreaking underworld.
Guest Faculty Scott Kanoff directs a stellar student cast in a fully faculty and professional guest-designed production. Eurydice is produced through the gracious support of the Dean's Office of the Slane College of Communication and Fine Arts.
The production is presented in the Blythe O'Sullivan Studio Theatre in the Hartmann Center for the Performing Arts Wednesday February 13 through Saturday February 16 at 8pm, and Sunday February 17 at 2:30pm.
For tickets, call 677-2650 or visit the Box Office at the Hartmann Center for the Performing Arts.
Ticket Prices: $12 adults, $10 faculty and seniors, $9 students
Tickets for this special production cannot be purchased through the website due to the unique dates for the run.
Again, please call 677-2650 or visit the Box Office.