By Sophocles

Genial family comedy of manners? Or one of the ancient Greek theaterís most heartwrenching tales of mistaken identity, betrayal, and revenge?

(Itís the latter)

Electra tells of a family torn apart by war and destruction into something unrecognizable. Her story makes us question the boundaries of loyalty and tradition even when they seem the only constants in an unsettled world.

A Falconbridge Players theatrical workshop. Free and open to the public. Watch, discuss, or come to read a role.

Produced by Falconbridge Players at Arts + Literature Laboratory, 2021 Winnebago St, Madison WI

Performances: June 25, 2019

Performance Times:
Tuesday June 25 at 8:00 PM.

Free admission

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Auditions will be held on the following days:


To perform a role in the Electra workshop, arrive at Arts + Literature Laboratory between 6 and 6:30 PM on June 25. It is recommended but not required that you write to contact@falconbridgeplayers.org and inform us that you wish to read. This will make it easier to supply you with a script in advance.

Readers will take part in an initial run through the text before the 8 PM public presentation.