Photo Flash: First Look at Re-Imagine Theater's TROY WOMEN

Re-Imagine Theatre will present Troy Women, written by Karen Hartman. Join Director Ashley Moore and the cast of Troy Women as they explore relationship to place, to community, and to self after the ravages of war. Scroll down for a look at the cast in action below!

Hecuba and the women of Troy mourn and celebrate their city. Together, they grieve the deaths of their husbands and children as they await their fates at the hands of their Greek captors. With modern elements adapted into Euripides' classic, Troy Women is a chilling, brutal, but accessible portrait of women during war.

Limited Run - See it September 29th at 7:30, September 30th at 7:30, or October 1st at 7:30 at 325 Public St., Providence, RI 02905.

Photo Flash: First Look at Re-Imagine Theater's TROY WOMEN
Re-Imagine Theatre is proud to present Troy Women written by Karen Hartman. Limited Run - See it September 29th @ 7:30, September 30th @ 7:30, or October 1st @ 7:30 325 Public St. Providence, RI 02905

Photo Flash: First Look at Re-Imagine Theater's TROY WOMEN
Andromache (Charlene Pratt) says goodbye to her son. *rehearsal photo*

Photo Flash: First Look at Re-Imagine Theater's TROY WOMEN
Hecuba (Shevaun Keogh-Walker) lays among the ruins of Troy. *rehearsal photo*

Photo Flash: First Look at Re-Imagine Theater's TROY WOMEN
Woman 4 (Michelle Cardoza) lays Troy to rest. *rehearsal photo*

Photo Flash: First Look at Re-Imagine Theater's TROY WOMEN
Woman 3 (Nathaniel Banks) and Woman 2 (Jenna Goulart) reflect on what waits for them in Greece. *rehearsal photo*

Photo Flash: First Look at Re-Imagine Theater's TROY WOMEN
Helen (Meg Kane) pleads with Menelaus (Rob Lebeau Jr.) for her life. *rehearsal photo*

Photo Flash: First Look at Re-Imagine Theater's TROY WOMEN
Cassandra (Vivienne Carrette) faces her future head on alongside Hecuba (Shevaun Keogh_Walker).


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