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Now Playing:​bled for...

  The Suppliant Women​​​

bled for the household truth​​​

Saturdays at 8:30PM
Sundays at 3PM
​Mondays at 8:30PM


NOW PLAYING - Limited Run!

Aeschylus' ​​​​​​The Suppliant Women, one of the oldest extant dramas from ancient Greece, ​is the first play and only surviving full text of the lost Danaid Tetralogy.

It is also one of the earliest known stories of refugees.

Written by Ruth Fowler
Directed by Cameron Watson

Keith doesn't need a roommate, but wants one. He wants a female roommate. Pen needs a place to live — and a lot more. 

bled for the household truth is a play about intimacy and yearning, and what happens when the world we live in, and the experiences we have, make simple human interactions the most intolerable and painful acts we could ever imagine.

In this remarkably timely production, Argos becomes modern Greece, and the daughters, wearing life jackets and arriving on overcrowded boats, become Syrian refugees. This ancient play has neither hero, nor downfall, nor even tragic conclusion.

Instead, the play's themes, still pertinent today, explore human rights, the continuing oppression of women, and societal reactions to refugees. More information.

Starring: ​​​​​

Rachel Brunner, Benjamin Burdick, Alexandra Hellquist and Nathaniel Meek
December 4th:
Rant & Rave
Now Playing:
​​​The Suppliant Women
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