Trojan womenwinter production 2020
PERFORMANCES IN FEBRUARY 2020
February 9th & 16th at 18:00
February 8th, 14th, 15th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 27th & 28th at 20:00
Running time: 95 minutes (no intermission)
Tickets now available at: Internationales Theater Frankfurt
War, it attracts the best and worst of our kind. Euripides tragedy takes a look at the aftermath, the loss, the atrocities, and the despair that the survivors must suffer through. Shakespeare Frankfurt is proud to present the European premiere of Alan Shapiro’s poetic translation.
Since the first human tribes fought over a mastodon carcass and access to water, we as a species have gone to war. Unfortunately, times haven’t changed. During the “Age of Heroes” the Greeks dealt with it nearly as often as we do today. Alan Shapiro’s poetic translation brings the elegant and rhythmic quality of Euripides work to vibrant life, while also creating a very modern sensibility to the text. Inspired by the religious elements of traditional Greek theatre, this tale drives forward to the obvious and eventual end of a civilization.
Director – PJ Escobio
Assistant Director – Varvara Pomoni
SHOW & TALK-BACK SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH @ 18:00
We are happy to announce that representatives from the organization DaMigra e.V will attend our show on Sunday, February 16th at 18:00 and we will host a talk-back afterwards about their experiences in relation to the themes of the play and learn about their mission and upcoming projects.
DaMigra is the umbrella organisation of 71 migrant women’s organisations. It has been operating since 2014 as a nationwide and origin-independent organisation and campaigns for migrant women’s interests in politics, the public, the media and business nationwide. It’s guiding principle and central goal is empowerment, which includes the equal political, social, professional and cultural participation of migrant women in the German society.
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A SPECIAL THANKS
a special thanks goes out to…
Tracey Grey from Bringing You To Your Stage
Info on performance coaching and training:
Jeff Book from Frankfurt English Speaking Theatre e.V.
Info for FEST’s upcoming production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman:
Nathan Records from Amelia Earhart Playhouse
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