Production Staff

Director: James Ijames

Scenic Designer: Parris Bradley

Costume Designer: Janus Stefanowicz

Lighting Designer: Jerold R. Forsyth

Sound Designer: Alex Bechtel

Dramaturg: Meghan Trelease

Stage Manager: Elisa D'Avella


Eurydice: Rebecca Jane Cureton

Her Father: Kevin Esmond

Orpheus: Stephen Matthew Tornetta

A Nasty Interesting Man/The Lord of the Underworld: Chris Monaco

Big Stone: Rachel O'Hanlon-Rodriguez

Little Stone: Elizabeth Meisenzahl

Loud Stone: Megan Rose

"Rhapsodically beautiful. A weird and wonderful new play”

-The New York Times


by Sarah Ruhl

directed by James Ijames

September 22nd- October 4th, 2015
Descend into a mythical underworld replete with talking stones, Hades on a bicycle, and a glowing river of the dead.  In Sarah Ruhl’s fantastical reimagining of the classic Greek myth, we join unsung heroine Eurydice as she parts with the love of her life, journeys into death, reunites with her departed father, and struggles to relearn the language of the living.  Called “an inexpressibly moving theatrical fable about love, loss and the pleasures and pains of memory” by The New York Times, Eurydice looks like a dream, sounds like a poem, and feels like the breath of life.