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The Trojan Women

Euripide's Greek Tragedy performed by Bodens College of Performing Arts

Story by Adam Boden June 16th, 2015
The Gods plot revenge on the Greeks for the destruction of their Trojan Temples
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The Women of Troy wait to hear their fate… to become slaves to the Greeks.
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The virgin Prophet Cassandra is to be given to King Agamenon

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The women remember the days before The Great War.

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Andoramache must give up her son Astyanax, to be killed.
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The boy is taken, to be thrown from the cliffs.
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King Menelaus confronts Helen of Troy concerning her fate.

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Talthybius brings Hecuba the dead boy, to bury in the ground.

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On to the new day of slavery.
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