Ancient Greek Maenads to Invade Montclair!

Maenad wearing sheep and leopard skins walks forward, holding her thyrsus (pine cone tipped fennel stalk) out in front of her, and carrying a small deer over her shoulder. [Louvre G160]
Evohé! We are the Greek Players of Montclair State University! This April 22nd, 23rd, and 24th, we are planning to perform Euripides’ Bacchae, an ancient Greek tragedy about desire and denial, death and immortality. Like all Greek tragedies, the Bacchae is an amazing mix of spectacular visions, rhythmic group singing and dancing, and a compelling plot full of surprises.

Our performances will take place in the Kasser Amphitheater, on Montclair State University campus, Montclair, NJ. Performances begin at 3pm.

All performances are free and open to the public. We look forward to seeing you there!

(To donate to our production, please go to our Indiegogo site!)

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