The House of Atreus is burdened by an old curse and trapped in a cycle of retributive violence.
How can justice be achieved without piling new crimes on top of old ones? Ellen McLaughlin’s gripping adaptation of the trilogy by Aeschylus explores the intimacy of violence and the centrality of actions by women in this ancient Greek story about the foundations of the law.
Translation by Ellen McLaughlin
Directed by Pannill Camp
February 24 & 25 and March 3 & 4* at 8 p.m.
February 26 and March 5 at 2 p.m.
*ASL interpretation for the Saturday, March 4, 2023 production is provided by Lo’s Communicate Plus, LLC.
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The Oresteia is presented with the permission of use from Ellen McLaughlin.