Coming Soon to Monmouth College

March 17-20, 2005
The Trojan Women
by Euripides

In Euripidesí classic tragedy, Hecuba, queen of fallen Troy, leads this ensemble of women in their passionate, proto-feminist condemnation of war and its atrocities. The widowed Andromache; the deranged Cassandra; even the beauteous Helen, catalyst of the destruction, are all victims, in different ways, of the terrible aggression between the Greeks and the Trojans.