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Lysistrata Review

Posted: February 21, 2011 by jerkmag in VAULT -- archives
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Well… that was definitely an experience.

I think the biggest flaw of this production was that I went in knowing nothing but the premise and left knowing nothing but the premise. I actually no clue about what just happened in that theatre. If you do see it, don’t be fooled to think you’re stupid. You are not alone.

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Lysistrada, SU drama department's next show

Coming up this week at SU Drama…

Lysistrata

Opens: February 18 Closes: February 27

The Storch Theatre at the Syracuse Stage

Written by Aristophanes (c. 448-385 B.C.), Lysistrata is the original anti-war story. It is the story of the women of Athens who, during a time of war, create a scheme to bring their men home. Their plan is to withhold sex from their husbands until they agree to stop fighting, and hilarity ensues. The cast of 22 (mostly junior) drama majors looks promising.

Tickets are $18 for adults, and $16 for students and seniors.

$8 rush tickets are available at the door, one hour before curtain.

Wednesday, Feb. 23 is Pay What You Can Night for students with a valid SUID.

For tickets and more information, contact the Department of Drama Box Office at 315-443-3275 or at http://vpa.syr.edu/drama.