14 - 15 March 2016, 19:00
This year, The Young Actors Company are back at The Mumford Theatre with a selection of Greek plays.
Traditional morality is distorted in times of war: ties of hospitality are disregarded; generosity gives place to selfishness, greed, ambition and lust in the hearts of the mighty. Against this bleak backdrop of a society corrupted by war, the tragedy of Hecabe is played out in this double bill of 'Hecabe' and 'The Women of Troy' written by Euripidies and translated by Phillip Velacott.
This double bill will be performed by YAC’s Upper Stage Academy.
Presented by the Young Actors Company