Greek Tragedy travels to the 21st Century
Presented with Towne Street Theatre
May 21 at 1:30pm & 7:30pm | May 22 at 1:30pm
Experience a retelling of classic Greek tragedies through the lens of Towne Street Theatre, Los Angeles’ premiere African-American Theatre Company. This production of short plays explores drama, humor, love, and loss spanning from the Civil War to modern-day America. Experience engaging, complex, and rich stories showcasing diverse and brave voices.
Housewife of Trachis by Dara Harper (Director – Veronica Thompson)
Queen of Sorrows by Madeline Puccioni (Director – Veronica Thompson)
Isabella Estrada by Tony Robinson (Director – Nancy Cheryll Davis)
The Fire Burns Brightly by Raymond Mitchell (Director – Veronica Thompson)
Juked by Mildred Inez Lewis (Director – Nancy Cheryll Davis)
Medea by Barbara White-Morgan (Director – Nancy Cheryll Davis)
Transition Chorus by RJ Wayne (Director – RJ Wayne)
All audience members must show proof of full vaccination. Masks are required. All audience members 18 and older must show photo ID. As of January 4, children ages 5 to 12 must show proof of full vaccination instead of a negative Covid test result. Learn more about our Covid safety policy.