Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl
Allens Lane Theater
September 23-October 4
2020 Fringe Festival
Inspired by the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, Sarah Ruhl reimagines this magical tale of love and loss with a modern day twist in Eurydice. Orpheus and Eurydice meet and fall in love. On their wedding day, Eurydice dies in a tragic accident. Orpheus travels to the Underworld to rescue her, but is given an ultimatum that twists their fate. Along the way, we meet the Lord of the Underworld, the “Stones”, and Eurydice’s father. This poignant tale about the enduring beauty of life and the cost of love will make you laugh and break your heart.
Performances filmed in HD will be available to stream online starting September 21st. Patrons purchase a ticket to receive a private link to the HD Recorded performance to stream within 24 hours of purchase.
Recommended for ages 13+.
Wednesday, Sept 23 – All Day
Thursday, Sept 24 – All Day
Friday, Sept 25 – All Day
Saturday, Sept 26 – All Day
Sunday, Sept 27 – All Day
Thursday, Oct 1 – All Day
Friday, Oct 2 – All Day
Saturday, Oct 3 – All Day
Sunday, Oct 4 – All Day
$15 General admission
About the Artists
Starring: Taylor Morgan, Jed Krivisky, Sarah Heddins, Becky Fleckner, William Daniels, Hanlon Smith-Dorsey, Miguel Vela
About Allens Lane Theater:
For over 63 years, Allens Lane Theater has produced purposeful, challenging, and unique theater experiences centered around contemporary human issues which reflect the diversity and complexity of our community.
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