Monthly Archives: June 2012

<3 Eurydice

For those of you who did not see it through Facebook, we had a great run in NYC last weekend. Thank you for your support, your ideas, and for sharing parts of yourselves. We are surrounded by wonderful communities.

Post Cards

Nina should be getting some pictures from the NYC run up on FB soon, which we will link to. In the meantime, here is a picture of the post cards you may remember from our fundraising campaign. Post cards and bags went out in the mail yesterday, so keep an eye on your mailboxes.


Online Ticket Sales Open

Want to purchase your tickets for Eurydice in Grand Central? Now you can! Click here to go to the ticket purchasing page!

Here is our blurb about the show:

Eurydice in Grand Central
Tactus Theatre Project

After melting, Eurydice wakes up in her own train platform of an underworld, a place that rings with sounds pulled from train stations, street corners, and subway stops. Here, she wonders where she is and what happened to her. As a character who is talked about, but does not have agency in her story, Eurydice must navigate this landscape without being able to generate language of her own. Through found text, music, and dance, Eurydice explores the story of her love, life, and death. Trying to figure out how she ended up dead – twice, she asks how she could have misinterpreted the word around her, and grows towards selfhood.

Friday, June 15 at 8:00 pm
Saturday, June 16 at 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm
Sunday, June 17 at 2:00 pm

137 West 14th Street
New York, NY 10011

Tickets: $15

Image credit: Eurydice Image – Madeline Ballard; Photographs – Valerie Giacobbe

Run Time: 90 minutes (includes post-show talk-back)

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