IF presents Euripides’ Hecuba

Posted: September 13, 2011 by nrhelms in Staged Reading
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Improbable Fictions presents a staged reading of Hecuba, Euripides’ other great tragedy about Hecuba and the women of Troy, written before Trojan Women, and taking place about three days after the events of the second play. A timeless and terrifying tale of loss, betrayal, and revenge by a group of powerless, voiceless prisoners after the cataclysmic destruction of their city and way of life.

Thursday, September 22, 2011
The Greensboro Room at the Bama Theatre (directions)
7:30 pm
(pre-show music at 7:10)

Free Admission!  A $1 donation to the Bama Theatre Restoration Fund is recommended.

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Improbable Fictions is sponsored by the Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies, the University of Alabama English Department, and the University of Alabama College of Arts and Sciences.

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