written by Sarah Ruhl
directed by Amy Rummenie

Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl

A girl and a boy, a brief bridal night, and the calming waters of the great River Styx. When Eurydice arrives in Hades, her loving father and the King of the Underworld each lay claim to her soul, but her beloved Orpheus isn't far behind. Playwright Sarah Ruhl weaves a heart-wrenching tale of love and forgetting in this modern version of an ancient myth.

September 14 - 29, 2012

Pillsbury House




eurydice Andrea San Miguel director Amy Rummenie
orpheus Paris Hunter Paul set Steve Kath
father Peter Ooley costumes A. Emily Heaney
interesting man Dan Hopman sound/music Michael Croswell
big stone Bryan Grosso lights Karin Olson
little stone Bethany Peters props Sarah Holmberg
loud stone Jen Scott stage manager Alexandra Gowdy-Jaehnig
    dance choreographer Brandon Ewald
    conducting consultant Thomas Speltz
    asst. stage manager Katherine Toutin
    perf. stage manager Adam Ehret
    assistant director Luke Thomley
    asl interpreter Claire Alexander
    asl interpreter Katie Johnson
    audio describer Laurie Pape Hadley
    photographer Dan Norman

Production Images (by Dan Norman)

Production History

Walking Shadow Theatre Company

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