By John Barton and Kenneth Cavendar
Directed by Thomas Blair
War leaves its mark on everyone – both the gods and humanity are severely tested in stories that have remained at the very heart of Western consciousness for over two thousand years. From the moral equivocating of Agamemnon and the sacrifice of Iphigenia in Iphigenia at Aulis, through Achilles’ struggle in Achilles to balance his desire for vengeance with an ethical code in warfare, to the attempts of the captured women of Troy to comprehend the deaths of their husbands, the murder of their children and the destruction of their city in The Trojan Women, these issues, sadly, have never become irrelevant. Madison Repertory Theatre believes that it is a fulfillment of our highest purpose as Madison’s sole professional theatre company to bring to our audiences these thought-provoking, vibrant, seminal works of art.
Produced by Madison Repertory Theatre at The Playhouse, Overture Center for the Arts, Madison
Performances: November 7-23, 2008
Public Performance Show Times & Prices are:
$40 Wed-Thu at 7:30pm & Sun at 2pm
$48 Fri at 7:30pm & Saturday at 4pm and 8pm
Single tickets may be purchased, in-person, at the Overture Center Box Office, 201 State Street, Madison; by calling (608) 258-4141; or online at www.overturecenter.com. Single ticket prices are $40 for Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday performances, $48 for Friday and Saturday performances.
Students who present a valid Student ID may purchase tickets for $20 on the day of show or order an advanced group sale, and receive 50% off the full priced ticket (regular performances only). A limited number of $20 “spotlight” tickets will be available when purchasing early, and $20 rush tickets are available two hours prior to curtain. There are two Preview Performances: Tickets are only $21 on Wednesday, November 5th and $26 on Thursday, November 6th.