Seneca's Trojan Women opens the day after the Greeks have conquered Troy. The city is in ruins, the men of Troy have been slaughtered, and the city's shrines have been defiled by the conquerors who spared no one who sought refuge there. As the day dawns, the broken women of Troy bemoan their fate as they wait to be taken to Greece as concubines and slaves. But before the Greeks can sail, an even more terrible price must be paid to assuage the ghost of the Greek warrior Achilles. There is an additional performance on Sunday, May 11 at 7:30pm.