STEUBENVILLE, OH— The Franciscan University Theatre Department senior directed one acts will present Eurydice to audiences this spring.
From beloved feminist playwright Sarah Ruhl, comes a beautiful and refreshing retelling of this classic Greek myth filled with the trials of love and family.
This play follows a young Eurydice who marries her love Orpheus, only to die on her wedding day. She goes to the Underworld where she meets her father and discovers the importance of memory, love, and human connection and then must choose who she will spend her life with when Orpheus comes to bring her back to the land of the living.
A heart-rending tragedy, Eurydice explores the importance of love and human connection.
Performances will be held Thursday, April 28, Saturday, April 30, and Sunday, May 1 in Anathan Theatre, on the ground floor of Egan Hall.
Admission is free.