A production of Sarah Ruhl's play Eurydice will have performances at the Tennessee Williams Center next week: Thursday 3/31 and Friday, 4/1 at 7:30, and Saturday, 4/2 at 2:00

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Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice is a contemporary reimagining of the classic Greek myth of Orpheus, told from Eurydice's point of view. The play tells the story of a woman who dies too young on her wedding day and struggles to remember her language, her love, and herself as she reconnects with her father in the underworld. A tale of language, love, and memory, Ruhl’s Eurydice invites us to imagine our pasts anew and see ourselves reflected in a timeless love story.
The production is directed by Nathaniel Klein (C'22), with set design by Dillon Sheehan (C'22), lighting design by Olivia Millwood (C'24), and costume design by Lang Phillippi (C'23).  The cast includes Gabbi Adasme, Mary Bullard, Kenzie Donald, Kate Grayson, Patrick Eikenhorst, Colin Rice, Brooklyn Taylor.  Stage management by ML Lemieux, Lang Phillippi & Vivian Moore.

Come early and enjoy the Arts Amplified exhibition in the TWC lobby by senior art majors Emilea Thrasher, Ellie Pedersen, and Megan Vlahoplus, shared in conversation with the play!