adapted by Caryl Churchill   –   dir. Ken Rus Schmoll   –   NYU-Tisch Graduate Drama

One of the few of Seneca’s plays not obviously following a Greek original, and often considered his masterpiece, it tells the story of the rivalry between the twin brothers, Atreus and Thyestes, over the throne of the city of Mycenae, and its culmination when Atreus kills Thyestes’ two young sons and tricks him into eating them.


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Scenic design by dots 

Directed by Ken RusSchmoll 

Costume Design by Aaron Crosby 

Lighting Design by Stacey Derosier

NYU Jack Crystal Theater

photography by Ella Bromblin

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