“Elektra” by Sophocles

02/21/2019

03/03/2019

20:00 To 0:00

https://oca.sou.edu/box-office

Event Description

A classic Greek tragedy retold in a contemporary context. The daughter of a murdered king colludes with her brother to exact a brutal revenge on their homicidal mother and her slimy paramour. As the celebrated classicist David Grene asserts, “for sheer power, Sophocles never improved on ‘Elektra’.” Directed by Penny Metropulos.

Performance dates are as follows:
Thursday, February 21 – 8 pm
Friday, February 22 – 8 pm
Saturday, February 23 – 8 pm
Thursday, February 28 – 8 pm
Friday, March 1 – 8 pm
Saturday, March 2 – 2 pm
Saturday, March 2 – 8 pm
Sunday, March 3 – 2 pm

$20 Regular; $15 Senior; $5 Student
Tickets: oca.sou.edu/box-office or call 541.552.6348

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