One man’s experience of love and betrayal mirrors the suffering and cost of war. During the long and draining conflict between Greece and Troy, commitments disintegrate and heroic victory becomes impossible. A rare opportunity to see the play described by one scholar as “a classic monument to ambiguity, a tragedy deliberately thwarted by the savagery of its comic insight.”

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Troilus and Cressida

Sep 08 - Oct 25

Lansburgh Theatreby William Shakespeare

directed by Bill Alexander
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