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Hecuba by Euripides

Closed August 23, 2009

Why See Hecuba by Euripides?

Hecuba by Euripides
the Timberlake Wertenbaker translation

Hecuba is the classic Greek tragedy by Euripides in which Hecuba, the Queen of Troy, is a refugee after the Greeks have destroyed her country. Her surviving children are threatened with murder, betrayal and being sacrificed to the gods. Can she overcome infinite suffering? The Greeks learn that everyone loses a war. Presented in modern setting and dress. The tragedies of war are ancient, current and eternal.

Dates
Opens: 13th August 2009
Closes: 23 August 2009

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Matinee - - - - - - 3 pm
Evening - - - - - 8 pm -

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Opening night: 15 August 2009

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