Calhoun's Middle School presents The Trojan Women on May 15-17, in Calhoun's Mary Lea Johnson Performing Arts Center, 433 West End Avenue at 81st Street (theater is wheelchair accessible). All performances begin at 6:30pm.
Purchase your tickets today! $10/adults, $5/students and senior citizens.
The Trojan Women is one of the most powerful dramas in all of Western literature. Widely considered the greatest anti-war play ever written, it remains both timeless and timely—a poignant meditation on the aftermath of battle. The Trojan Women is a modern adaptation of the play by Euripides, which incorporates text from Euripides's Hecuba and Aeschylus's The Persians; adaptation by Ed Schloth.