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101 Star Starred
Second Stage - Tony Kiser Theatre
305 West 43rd St. New York, NY 10036
212-246-4422
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"Eurydice"
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4.1 average rating
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attended Jul 27 2007

unique production, touching play

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attended Jul 27 2007

I read about Eurydice and had some general idea what the story line was like. I took my husband to see this show for our one month wedding anniversary. He is very reserved when it comes to theatre or any Broadway shows. So I knew this would be a...continued

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attended Aug 01 2007

Goldstar's ticketing system doesn't reflect what the space is really like--there is no proper balcony, and our orchestra seats were remote and not very good.

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Quotes & Highlights

“A weird and wonderful new play – an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory. Not to be missed by anyone with an interest in fresh theatrical voices.” –New York Times
“Exhilarating! A luminous retelling of the Orpheus myth, lush and limpid as a dream where both author and audience swim in the magical, sometimes menacing, and always thrilling flow of the unconscious.” –The New Yorker
“Exquisitely staged by Les Waters and an inventive design team. Ruhl’s wild flights of imagination, some deeply affecting passages and beautiful imagery provide transporting pleasures. They conspire to create original, at times breathtaking, stage pictures.” –Variety

Description

When Eurydice abruptly dies on her wedding day, she must journey through the underworld, reunite with her father and struggle to retain memories of her lost love. With contemporary characters, ingenious twists of plot and breathtaking visual effects, this play is truly a fresh look at a timeless love story.

By Sarah Ruhl

Directed by Les Waters

With Maria Dizza, Gian-Murray Gianino, Carla Harting, Ramiz Monsef, Joseph Parks, Charles Shaw Robinson