ONE NIGHT ONLY!
July 25th, 7PM Curtain
Greek Catering sponsored by MEZE FUSION,
Pictures with cast,
Raffle for signed scripts and posters!
TENTH AVENUE ARTS CENTER:
930 10th Ave., San Diego 92101
PAY WHAT YOU CAN!
$20 Recommended donation
Reserve your seat HERE, or pay cash or cheque at the door.
Sponsored by Deborah Pantoni & Julie Ustin
(In alphabetical order)
Graphic by Gedimin Bulat
Troilus & Cressida has been called Shakespeare's play for the
A 'satirical comedy' of the Trojan War, it is at turns a Love story,
a War story, a Tragedy, a Comedy, and of course a History.
A scathing dramatization of hotly contemporary issues: utter disillusionment with government not least.
"Troilus is rather like the play that Hamlet describes to the First Player as 'caviar to the general', it 'pleased not the million' (Ham. 2.2, 436-7). Hamlet is such a play as well; both seem aimed at discriminating audiences whose judgements matter." -David Bevington, Arden editor
J. Tyler Jones
Helen of Troy