By Sarah Ruhl

Directed by Tessa Carr

September 19-27, 2019

Sarah Ruhl’s 2003 play Eurydice reimagines the classic Greek myth of Orpheus from the perspective of the heroine. With a contemporary sensibility, vibrant visuals, and plenty of twists and turns, Eurydice invites audiences on a harrowing, exhilarating journey down. Join Eurydice as she travels to the underworld and labors to reconnect with her past, reclaim her love, and restore her memories.

Telfair B Peet Theatre Mainstage

  • Thurs. 9/19 7:30pm
  • Fri. 9/20 7:30pm
  • Sat. 9/21 7:30pm
  • Sun. 9/22 2:30pm
  • Tues. 9/24 7:30pm
  • Wed. 9/25 7:30pm
  • Thurs. 9/26 7:30pm*
  • Fri. 9/27 7:30pm


*Talkback Thursday

Rhapsodically beautiful. A weird and wonderful new play - an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss, and the pleasures and pains of memory.

The New York Times

Last Updated: August 20, 2019