Trojan Women by Euripides at The Players Club

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This Fall, in cooperation with The Whiting Foundation and Emily Allen-Hornblower, The Resident Acting Company will produce two one-night only live events focusing on the work of Euripides, and how it resonates within the lives of those in our society who spent time in the prison system

Two One Night Only Events at Two Different Locations!

What happens when everything you have ever possessed is taken away from you? How do we as human beings function when we are at the lowest point imaginable? In this play, Euripides explores the aftermath of The Trojan War from the perspective of the women: Hecuba, Cassandra, Andromache, and Helen, who will now have to succumb to the will of the Greeks, try to find meaning in their new lives, and attempt to understand how they got to where they are.