If It's Tuesday, It Must Be Greek Tragedy

Do you find yourself wishing you were in the isles of Greece right about now? Here is the next best thing.

On Tuesday, February 26, at 1:30 p.m. in the Clark Theatre of Dillingham Center, the students in the Styles of Acting I class will perform speeches by famous characters from Greek tragedy, such as Oedipus, Medea and Hippolytus (from the plays that bear their names), as well as Dionysus and Pentheus from The Bacchae. They will also perform, as a group, one of the choruses from Antigone.

Admission is free. The presentation should last about a half hour.

We hope you can join us. Feel free to bring your lunch or a friend.

Originally published in Intercom: If It's Tuesday, It Must Be Greek Tragedy.

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