Eagle's Nest Theatre Presents

2019 Melbourne Amphitheatre Tour

Women of Troy, also known as The Trojan Women, is one of Euripides greatest works. It deals with the painful fate of the Trojan women and children after their defeat to the Greek army and the infamous Trojan Horse. It is probably the biggest anti-war play ever written and what makes it even more tragic is that a play written over two thousand years ago is still so relevant today.

As the #me2 movement spirals around the world, it cannot be more appropriate than now to put on this masterpiece, which also addresses the issues of violence against women. This production is beautiful, tragic and unforgettable as we get drawn into Hecuba’s world and with that the world of all the women of troy. The message of the play is brought to life through the actors, movement, music, dance and fire that will create unforgettable images and sounds.

This play evokes questions that are constantly brought up, the believes that are always being questioned and the history of the time where foundations of our human believes stem from.

CAST

ANNABELLE MITCHELL

BETHANY TWEEDALE

CHRISTINA CURTAIN MAGEE

CHRIS MARTIN-MCCOMBE

DONNA DIMOVSKI-KANTAROVSKI

ELLA BOURNE

EMILY MAE JONES

FERRI MAYA

JAYDEN SCHRICKKER

MARIJA HERCEG

MATILDA GIBBS

SARAH JACKSON

STACE ELMS-KING

STEPHEN NAJERA

MX TONIÉ FIELD

WHITNEY DUFF

CREATIVES

CATHRIN BLICKLING
Director

ALTA-KATARINA TRUDEN
Choreographer

SIDNEY MILLAR
Composer

JAMES ADLER
Executive Producer

TOUR VENUES & DATES

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Additional locations will be available soon. Please check back for further details.

Thur 21 – Sat 23 Feb 2019

Footscray   Book Tickets

 


Wed 27 Feb – Sat 02 March 2019

Emerald Lake Park Book Tickets

 


Thur 07 – Sat 09 Mar 2019

Fairfield Book Tickets

 


Tickets

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Schools and Groups

For school groups or regular large groups please contact our sales producer for special prices and arrangements. James Masefield – masefieldjames@gmail.com

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