Homer’s Iliad staged as a one-woman show? In a Museum? Watch McGill University classics professor Lynn Kozak’s performance return the epic Greek poem to its origins, as a dramatic oral presentation for a small intimate audience. Staged in the museum's Victorian lecture hall, this one hour adaptation recreates the poem to contemporary audience sensibilities.
In English. Not suitable for young children in Auditorium.
FREE, with admission to Museum. Auditorium maximum capacity 60 people.
FROM 1:30 TO 2:30, BONUS FEATURE: Join the museum interpretors in the World Cultures Gallery for a pre-show introduction to Greek and Roman theatre. No reservation necessary. Maximum capacity : 60 people