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The Death of Eurydice

ensemble theatre · independent · Ages 5+ · family friendly · United States of America

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ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 05, 2017
Needs more dimension.... full review
ROXANNE LECRIVAIN WICKS certified reviewer June 03, 2017
The kind of performance that leaves you wanting more... because it's just that good!... full review
NIKKI MULLER certified reviewer June 04, 2017
Rachel and Ron do a beautiful job of creating an elegant portrait with just themselves in this gem of a piece. I found myself totally drawn into the story-- Rachel is deeply captivating, carrying us with her emotional journey through joy, shock, sorrow, confusion and longing, while Ron maintains a steady foil as the wise stranger-- I believe my favorite part was his direct address where we saw his personality more, and I love how they chose to end it. It is a beautiful and poignant 30 minutes that is a great show to fit into your viewing schedule if you can-- and at that length, I KNOW you can and you should!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2017
The Death of Eurydice carried us through themes of love, loss, friendship, fear and trust. Eurydice's pain and emotion were so well portrayed that I found myself crying with her at times. Rachel and Ron were so connected and real in their interactions; it was captivating. ... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 10, 2017
Worth the effort to see, thanks for the opportunity!... full review
I am a huge sucker for mythology of all kind, and delving deeper into the ideas of same. So this is just candy for my imagination! I do think it needs some work, though. I wanted a longer piece--not that much longer but some. ... full review
NATASHA LEWIN certified reviewer June 24, 2017
tagged as: Greek Mythology · death · loss
If you're a fan of Greek mythology or the Classics, you'll like this show!... full review
I walked in seeing this show as a space filler and found in surprisingly engaging for such a short show. The actress playing Eurydice brought a beautiful naivety to the role. As she realized that Death was upon her. The actor playing the oarsmen is the sort of person you would want to meet in the afterlife, compassionate without being saccharin. Between the two the interplay lead to a wonderful thought experiment on the Orpheus myth from a different perspective. ... full review

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