The Trojan Women
by University of Texas Theatre & Dance

Oct. 30 - Nov. 08, 2009

One of Euripides’ greatest works, not to mention one of the greatest anti-war plays of all time. Set against the backdrop of the war-torn city of Troy, The Trojan Women follows the fates of Hecuba, queen of Troy, her two daughters Cassandra and Andromache and the remaining women of Troy after their city has been sacked and their husbands killed. What fates lie in store for these women?  A list of characters is below...

The God Poseidon
The Goddess Athena
Hecuba (Queen of Troy)
Cassandra, her daughter
Andromache, her stepdaughter
Talthybius, Herald of the Greeks
Menelaus, King of Sparta
Helen, his wife
Chorus Leader
Chorus A of Trojan Women (5 Women)
Chorus B of Trojan Women (5 Women) 
Soldiers of Talthybius and Menelaus (Non-Speaking)


The Trojan Women
by Euripides
University of Texas Theatre & Dance

October 30 - November 08, 2009