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An adapted vase image of Heracles rescuing Deianeira from the centaur NessusThe next Greek Play will be HERACLES AND DEIANEIRA
Sophocles’ Women of Trachis
we’re postponing for a year to plan for a time when we can present the play to our usual audiences in our beautiful theatre
tentative new dates: October 1, 2, 3, 2021, at 4pm
We did have a Zoom presentation of the play,
on Saturday, October 10, 2020, and you can see a recording on YouTube, along with the talkback we conducted after.
The play depicts the fates of the hero Heracles and his second wife Deianeira, a family tragedy brought about by layers of deception and misunderstanding.

Center for Ancient Drama Logo Please explore our site for more information about the Greek Play tradition at Randolph College, the current play, and Greek drama.
For information about travel to and accommodation near Randolph College, visit the College’s travel information page.

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