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2018/19 Season

The Trojan Women

Written by: Euripides, Translated by Edith Hamilton
Directed by: Andi Chapman

January 20, 2019 6:30 pm

Antaeus Black Box

“The poet of the world’s grief.” In what has been called the greatest anti-war play of all time, Euripides presents the pain, suffering, and resilience of the widowed Trojan women, about to become slaves of the Greeks after a brutal 10 years’ war. And all caused by a man’s lust for a beautiful seductress, or was it by the quarreling gods?

Poseidon: Geoffrey Wade*
Athena: Celia Mandela
Hecuba: Elizabeth Swain*
Talthybius: Juan Villa*
Cassandra: Elyse Mirto*
Andromache: Veralyn Jones*
Menelaus: Bo Foxworth*
Helen: Linda Park*
Chorus: Jocelyn Towne*
Liza Seneca*
Kim Walker*
Karianne Flaathen*
Jazzlyn Luckett
Devon Sorvari*
Reader: Madelyn Cain*

*member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S. This production is presented under the auspices of the Actors’ Equity Los Angeles Membership Company Rule

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