The Bathhouse Ensemble Presents "Eurydice"

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The Bathhouse Ensemble Presents "Eurydice"
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After tumbling from the top floor of an elegant high-rise apartment building, Eurydice lands in the depths of the Underworld, a place populated by talking stones and ruled over by a tyrannical child on a tricycle. There, with the help of her late father, Eurydice must struggle to remember her life in the world above, all the while trying to communicate with her lost husband Orpheus through music, books, and letters. A poignant, whimsical reinvention of an ancient story.

Performances (free; donations encouraged):
Friday, July 17 at 9:30 pm
Saturday, July 18 at 2:00
Sunday, July 19 at 7:00 pm

Eurydice - Alex Helme
Orpheus - Joseph Sims
Father - Leo Campbell-Klein
Lord of the Underworld - Sam Harris
Big Stone - Isobel Bradbury
Loud Stone - Sara Albertson
Little Stone - Ella Conte

Producer - Anneka Gerhardt
Director - Madison Gordon
Assistant Director - Isabelle Moore
Stage Manager - Joey Haeck
Lights - Michael Chinn
Sound - Simon Irving
Costumes - Kenna Kettrick
Props - Katt Powers
Movement Captain - Isobel Bradbury

Presented by the Bathhouse Ensemble at Seattle Public Theater.

The Bathhouse Ensemble is a collective of young, dedicated theater artists who are alumni of SPT's education program. They are committed to independently producing challenging plays that actively draw in audiences; being an actor’s studio for the continued training of the ensemble; fostering new works and new interpretations; and continually stretching their own capabilities and the minds of the audience and community.
Twitter: @BHEnsemble
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By: Seattle Public Theater