The Barnard Columbia Ancient Drama Group is pleased to present Aristophanes' "Frogs."
It’s 405 BCE and things aren’t looking too good. We’ve been at war for ages. We’ve lost money. We’ve lost men. A further and final blow—all the good tragedians are gone. Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, they’re all dead. Without our tragedians, we’re totally screwed. But Dionysus, the god of theater himself, is coming to the rescue. He’s got a plan to save the day, a plan that is so good and so crazy that it could only ever be pulled off in a comedy. Zeus willing, if Zeus indeed exists, it will all work out for the best.
Join us to see how it all pans out.
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The production is in Ancient Greek with English supertitles and is made possible by the Matthew Alan Kramer Fund.
Directed by Carina de Klerk
Chorus and music directed by Brittany Johnson
Music by Nathan Katkin