New York City
Winner of a 2005 Drama Desk Award, The Classical Theatre of Harlem’s Trojan Women is a radically re-imagined version of the Greek classic, featuring first-person testimony from the survivors of the recent civil wars in Sierra Leone and Liberia. Set in “the ruins of a great civilization” and spoken in the rhythms and idiom of modern day New York, Trojan Women has been adapted by CTH Artistic Director, Alfred Preisser with an original score by CTH’s Resident Musical Director, Kelvyn Bell.
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Trojan Women is presented as part of the Under the Radar festival.
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