Smart staging and physical comedy make this an accessible if grisly piece of ancient Greek theater for a modern audience.
Mob rule, Euripides, and the Arab Spring in a new production of Iphigenia in Aulis at La Mama.
One of the most emotional plays in the canon of ancient Greek theater receives an artful production at La Mama.
A pairing of plays, one new and one ancient, points out the constants of the human condition.
Jon Lawrence Rivera presents a reimagined and rather whacked-out version of Euripides' alternate Helen of Troy legend.
What do you do when all the good playwrights are gone and the present ones are dim? Go straight to hell, boys.
Aristophanes would have no trouble whatsoever recognizing this La MaMa/Skysaver Production of his classic sex-strike comedy.
Solution for befuddled actors in need of pronunciatiton help.