Euripides' tragedy Hekabe, translated into English and directed by Courtney Ewan, in mask, on a beach! Come experience Euripides' tragedy of loss and bloody revenge- barefoot! Bring a bag for your boots, and a beach chair if you like! (We'll have bags, chairs and beach towels as well.)
February 5th and 6th at 2 and 8 pm at Association Montreal Beach, 1306 Rue Olier, Montréal, QC H3C 1W4.
Pay-what-you-can show on February 7th at 2 pm, at Victoria Hall, Westmount, 4626 Rue Sherbrooke O, Westmount, QC
Runtime: 75 minutes, no intermission
If you have mobility issues, please private message us and we will make arrangements for you to see the show- the venue is accessible.
Reserve Tickets Here
McGill Classics Play Annual Talk
Toph Marshall (UBC), 'Hecuba's Metamorphosis and Revenge'
Monday, February 8, 2016, 4 pm-5:30pm, SH688 495- All welcome!
The 2016 McGill Classics Play has been generously supported by the Dean of Arts Development Fund.
The goals of the annual McGill Classics Play are simple: to give our Classics students a new perspective on material that they usually only experience as written texts in the classroom, to give non-Classics students an opportunity to experience ancient drama, and to provide a space for the exchange of art and ideas around Greek texts in our Montreal community.
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. In the future we'd like to offer free shows and free performance and translation workshops open to the community, and to bring in guest speakers for public lectures on Classical drama and performance. Any support you can give in helping us reach these goals 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.