Herakles: Work In Progress

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Orange Theatre says
Orange Theatre invites you to a Work-In-Progress showing of its newest work, based on the Greek tragedy of Herakles by Euripides.

While Herakles is in Hades completing his 12th labor, his father-in-law, Kreon, is overthrown and killed by Lykos. In order to solidify his grip on the throne, Lykos has determined to execute all of the old king's relatives, including Herakles' wife, father, and children. The hero returns in time to save them, but is stricken by the goddesses Iris and Madness, who cause him to murder his wife and children in a frenzy.

Three Nights Only.

FRIDAY, MAY 8
SATURDAY, MAY 9 + Party After
SUNDAY, MAY 10

8:00PM

/PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN/
$15 suggested (cash and cards accepted at the door /OR/ purchase online via the link above)


Directed by Matthew Watkins
Choreography by Liliana Gomez
Music by Joshua Hill and Jordan Tompkins

Herakles/Lykos: Katrina Donaldson
Amphitryon: William Crook
Megara: Carrie Fee
Chorus: Jenny Strickland
Daughter: Molly W. Schenck

Sound Design: Stephen Christensen
Video Design: Tucker Bingham

Production Dramaturg: Joya Scott
Script Dramaturg: John Perovich

Assistant Director: Colton Robertson
Administrative/Dramaturgy Intern: Amity Hanson


/DIRECTIONS TO ORANGE THEATRE/
1711 W Culver St is located between 19th and Grand Aves in downtown Phoenix, slightly south of McDowell. From the I-10, get off at the 19th Ave exit and take your first right. From Grand Ave, turn on to Culver just south of Mel's Diner. There is plenty of street parking. For public transit options, see valleymetro.org.
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