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Orpheus & Eurydice

Presented with Four Clowns

Orpheus & Eurydice

Four Clowns presents a workshop adaptation of Orpheus & Eurydice with physical theatre and clowning

Tuesday, March 21 at 7:30pm

Join the award-winning clown troupe, Four Clowns, as they present their first workshop presentation of a physical retelling of Orpheus and Eurydice. It’s a journey of love, grief, and the fleeting nature of happiness. A multi-disciplinary chorus of clowns explore this ancient tale using classical Greek text, imagery, movement, live music, and just a touch of buffoonery. With Orpheus and Eurydice at the helm, this workshop weaves through the tales of the ancient Greeks, exploring the poetic, the mystic, and the downright absurd. It’s Greek mythology with all weird stuff kept in!


A limited number of complimentary tickets are held for all Noise Now events. Please contact Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx, Director of Cultural Programming, at to check availability for this event.

Running Time: 1 hour with no intermission

artists + cast


  • Director: Turner Munch


  • Orpheus: Connor Kelly-Eiding
  • Eurydice: Carolina Montenegro
  • Hades: Tyler Bremer
  • Persephone: Meg Cashel
  • Plato: Andrew Eiden
  • Ovid: Murphy Martin
  • Virgil: Joe DeSoto

Four Clowns is a Los Angeles-based, nationally touring, award-winning clown troupe dedicated to entertaining audiences and experimenting with the relationship between actors and audiences. Four Clowns’ productions implement aspects of physical theatre, text, music, and dance, all whilst shattering the fourth wall and shining a light on humanity. The company is constantly redefining the audience’s relationship to the performers on stage. Four Clowns’ multiple-award-winning, critically-acclaimed productions have played in Sao Paolo, Brazil; New York City (La MaMa & Theatre Row, Off-Broadway); Chicago (Neo-Futurists); Las Vegas; San Francisco; Minneapolis; Indianapolis; Phoenix; Kingsland, GA; Telluride, CO; and all over Southern California, including South Coast Repertory and REDCAT. Learn more at