Juilliard Drama presents Euripides' 'Trojan Women'Back to Performance Calendar
DateFeb 13, 2018
Tickets $20; non-Juilliard full-time students $10.
VenueStephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater
AddressThe Juilliard School, 155 W. 65th St., New York, NY 10023
Ellen Lauren, director
After the fall of Troy, the defeated Trojan women await their fate and mourn their dead. Their city is in ruins and Hecuba, Andromache, and Cassandra expect to become Greek slaves. They attempt to protect their children and avenge their husbands by imperiling Helen, whom they blame for causing the war. One of the most admired ancient Greek plays, this 2400-year-old anti-war work from Euripides still resonates today.
Know before you go! Read the program notes.
Read Excavating Euripedes' Blasted Landscape in 'Trojan Women' in The Juilliard Journal.