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“WAR IS MEN’S CONCERN” – Homer

 

Originally performed in classical Athens in 411 BC, Lysistrata is a comic account of a woman's extraordinary mission to end the Peloponnesian War between Greek city states by wildly unconventional means. Embroiled in a bitter civil war with seemingly no end, Greece has become an epicenter of destruction and devastation. The tides are turned, however, when the bold and strong Lysistrata persuades the women of the warring cities to withhold sexual privileges from their husbands and lovers as a means of forcing the men to negotiate peace – a strategy that ultimately inflames the battle between the sexes. By denying all the men of the land any sex, the only thing they truly and deeply desire, Lysistrata deftly explores sexual relations in a male-dominated society mired in war and dysfunction… sound familiar?

CREDIT INFO

Written by Aristophanes

Directed by Kristin Livingston

ADMISSION

$22 In Advance

$25 At the Door

CURTAIN TIMES

Friday & Saturday: 8:00p

Sunday: 2:00p

Talise Zide
Talise Zide
Stephanie Santiago
Stephanie Santiago
Sommer Farhat
Sommer Farhat
Savannah LeNoble
Savannah LeNoble
Rhian Franchebois
Rhian Franchebois
Rachel Sadowski
Rachel Sadowski
Rachel Swanzy
Rachel Swanzy
Paige Ruggles
Paige Ruggles
Mary Schubert
Mary Schubert
Marielle Erskine
Marielle Erskine
Kristin Livingston
Kristin Livingston
Ma Bones
Ma Bones
Kenggy Bravo
Kenggy Bravo
Katie Johnston
Katie Johnston
Jamee Robbins
Jamee Robbins
Judelyn "Lulu" Dixon
Judelyn "Lulu" Dixon
Izabella Unice
Izabella Unice
Deborah Reid
Deborah Reid
Dolly Johnson
Dolly Johnson
Farah Nesargi
Farah Nesargi
Cordelia Palmer
Cordelia Palmer
Candace Dickens
Candace Dickens
Catherine Tetzlaff
Catherine Tetzlaff
Bethany Paolini
Bethany Paolini
Cenetta Baker
Cenetta Baker