Outdoor Greek tragedy is back this June!
We are proud to once again partner with our sister organization, Cappella Clausura, for an epic outdoor production.
Iphigenia Among the Taurians
Translated by Rachel Hadas
Friday, June 3rd at 8 PM
Saturday, June 4th at 2 PM and 8 PM
Sunday, June 5th at 8 PM
The Hyde Bandstand, Newton Highlands (90 Lincoln Street)
Tickets available here
What if Iphigenia, whom her father Agamemnon sacrificed before his expedition to Troy, did not die, but was spirited away by Artemis to one of her temples? And what if her distraught brother Orestes, still running from the Furies, happens to find himself at the very temple that Iphigenia now presides over?
This Euripidean tragicomedy, with a plot twist and happy ending, is the playwright’s second take on the story of Iphigenia. In 2018 NTC performed Euripides' tragedy Iphigenia in Aulis, a play that ends with Iphigenia's sacrifice. This summer, come see Iphigenia Among the Taurians, Euripides’ drama about healing and homecoming. Of special note: Cappella Clausura singers will chant the Chorus parts with original music by Amelia LeClair!
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