Greek Play 2016

March 31, 2016

The Singing Hall was transported to ancient Greece as a small but excellent cast told the story of Euripides’ The Bacchae (Greek: Βάκχαι), this year’s Greek Play. The play was performed in seamless Greek with surtitles projected onto the wall behind the performers. The audience watched as the tale of two men privileging reason over instinct lead to a dramatic ending with blood and tears shed throughout by most of the characters. The set was excellently put together with very realistic columns and even a daybed crowning the dais in the centre of the stage.

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