Troy is burning. The city has been ransacked. The men have been killed. The women and children are to be enslaved by the conquering Greek army. Held in limbo, Queen Hecuba and the women of Troy await their fates as refugees.
The classic anti-war tragedy written by Euripides centuries ago has never been more relevant. Expertly translated by Ronald Duncan from the poetic modern adaption by Jean-Paul Sartre, The Trojan Women continues to question and examine the aftermath of war.
Director: Kathryn Siegel Stage Manager: Tess Naval Sound Designer: Samuel Fitzwater-Butchart Lighting Designer: Christopher Bennett Set Designer: Nathaniel Negron Costume Designer: SR Negron