A play so moving and so cutting that it cost its author his Athenian citizenship, The Trojan Women is one of the theatre’s mightiest outcries against the destruction and sorrows of war. This classic Greek tale of Queen Hecuba and her royal ladies, who face tragedy with dignity and courage, continues to provoke and move audiences to this day.

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The Trojan Women

Mar 23 - May 08

Lansburgh Theatreby Euripides
a new translation by D. Nicholas Rudall

directed by JoAnne Akalaitis
Sponsored in part by the AT&T Foundation.
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