Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Eurydice: “Heavenly brilliance” in the Underworld

Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice is beautiful, funny, poignant and thoughtful. The News Enterprise calls it “Heavenly brilliance”—which is a great feat for a play that’s set in the Underworld. The Marc Masterson-directed production features a luscious, watery feel to the Underworld, a beautiful and intriguing cast—for instance, the Greek Chorus of Stones with its green-hue and verbal quips—and set designs utilize multi-media to take us deep into the story on the Juilanne Argyros stage. Step into the imaginative world of Eurydice.

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