Barnard Columbia Ancient Drama; Directed by Caleb Simone
Performed in Ancient Greek with Ancient Greek Music
Euripides’ Herakles stages the fall of Greece’s greatest hero. While Herakles is completing the last of his twelve mythical labors in the underworld, the usurper Lykos has overtaken his palace in Thebes and prepares to murder Herakles’ wife Megara and their three sons. Herakles returns just in time to save them, but the gods plot another twist of fate.
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