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Tonight: A Greek Tragedy

Posted by novoscene on October 8, 2009

Do you enjoy a good story? There are few that can compete with the ancient Greek tragedies.

Tonight, the Round Belly Theatre Company presents Orestia: Before the Furies, adapted from Aeschylus’ classic Greek trilogy. The modernized tale depicts the brutal and tragic ramifications of a blood curse on the House of Atreus. The story of a woman’s murder of her husband, and their children’s desperate revenge explores the complex web of vengeance and personal redemption that plagues a prominent house in an age of war, poverty and a public teetering on the brink of cultural apocalypse.

When: Thursday Oct 8th – Saturday Oct 10th @ 8pm
Where: The Noodle Factory, 1255 26th St @ Union, Oakland
How much: $10 Suggested donation.

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