"Eurydice" presented by the Department of Theatre and Dance

Church of Fine Arts building

Called “rhapsodically beautiful” by the New York Times, “Eurydice” is Sarah Ruhl’s reimagined vision of the classic Orpheus myth. After her death on her wedding day, Eurydice finds herself in the underworld laced with deep memories and armed with the means to forget. Ruhl’s play is a strange, wonderful, and timeless story of love, loss, and the memories we carry—and those we leave behind. Directed by Adriano Cabral.