EURYDICE – The Last Play Ever at Strider Theater!
Directed by John D. Ervin and Kaylee Pomelow Book ‘19
Presented by Colby College’s Performance, Theater, and Dance Department.
Fri. April 28 at 7:30pm
Sat. April 29 at 7:30pm
Colby College, Strider Theater, Runnals
Esteemed playwright Sarah Ruhl has reimagined this classic myth from a feminist perspective, giving the title character the power to control her own fate, except Eurydice has just died on her wedding day, and having been dipped in the River, no longer remembers the people she loves most. Somehow, she must choose between eternity in the Underworld with her birth family, or returning to Earth, for a second chance at life with the family she hopes to establish. This is a story about looking back while moving forward, and couldn’t be a more perfect play for the last-ever play in Strider Theater.
Support provided by Colby’s Cultural Events Committee, Center for the Arts and Humanities and Classics Department.
There will be a reception after each performance.
Click the link below for Free Tickets!
If the show is sold out, go to the Strider Theater Box Office 30 minutes before the show starts and add your name to the waitlist. Most wait listers are able to attend the show!
Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the performance starts, otherwise your seat may be given to someone on the waitlist.