McGill Classics Play

2019 Euripides' Cyclops

Cyclops, and satyrs, and wine, oh my! Translated and directed by McGill's very own Neha Rahman and Daniel Whittle, this year the classics play takes on Euripides' Cyclops. 

Any questions can be directed to classicsplay [at] gmail.com (subject: Classics%20Play)

Performances:

Theatre Ste-Catherine, 264 Sainte Catherine Street East, Montreal, Quebec H2X 1L4: 5-9 February 2019, every night at 8pm, tickets $15/$10 students/seniors/QDF (accessible venue) Reserve your tickets here.

Victoria Hall, 4626 Sherbrooke St W, Westmount: 9 February, 2 pm, pay-what-you-can, accessible venue

Public Lecture (sponsored the Natembea Foundation)

We are pleased to announce that this year's Classics Play public lecture will be given by Prof. Edith Hall (King's College London), February 8th, 3:30-5 pm at McGill University, Bronfman 210: "Was Cyclops a typical satyr play?" Free event, open to all.

FUNDRAISING INITIATIVE

The McGill Classics Play is a non-profit venture committed to giving Montreal university students a unique educational experience, while fostering cultural exchanges with our Montreal community around ancient texts. We offer free shows and free performance and translation workshops open to the community, and we bring in guest speakers for public lectures on Classical drama and performance. Any support you can give in helping us continue this kind of programming is so appreciated. You can donate directly to the McGill Classics Play here, and you will automatically receive a tax receipt for your donation. Thank you for supporting the McGill Classics Play!

The McGill Classics Play is a member of the Quebec Drama Federation, and its community partner, Oimoi Productions, is a member of the Freestanding Room.