"The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza"
Student-directed by Brayden Galante
Two battling narrators attempt to cover the entirety of Greek mythology using brevity and general theatrical insanity as their primary devices. While they try their best to remain reliable narrators, creation myths featuring Pandora's box and Cronos and the Titans take on unique twists, jostling for space with other famous myths about Icarus and Jason and the Argonauts. Culminating in a heart-pounding, five-minute, two-actor version of The Iliad. This fast-paced, freewheeling play is wild, silly and a complete blast for all.
Admission is free; donations will be accepted.
Reservations are recommended.
This event is supported by a generous estate gift from the Williams Family Trust established by the late Richard and Elaine Williams.
Sponsored ByTheatre & Dance Department