Friday, February 22, 2013 - Sunday, February 24, 2013
In a new twist on the classic epic myth, Seattle playwright Jennifer Dice reweaves the ancient tale of Ithakan war hero Odysseus on his trek home to his wife Penelope following the legendary battle of the Trojan War.
Four [free] performances February 22, 23, and 24 at the historic Bathhouse Theater on Green Lake. Donations are encouraged, and go to support SPTís Youth Scholarship Fund.
ABOUT THE ODYSSEY OF HOMER, or ONE THING AFTER ANOTHER
Itís an epic journey that takes Odysseus and his crew over 30 years to complete. Along the way he is beset by a boatload of troubles - a giant bloodthirsty Cyclops, a ravenous seven-headed Hydra, a legion of beautiful but deadly Sirens, and the evil sorceress Circe. In this new
version of the classic story, Seattle Playwright Jennifer Dice has crafted a thoughtful but light-hearted comedy that takes a critical look at bullying leaders while exploring the merits of perseverance, teamwork and cooperation. Originally commissioned by the innovative Greenwood Elementary Drama Program, THE ODYSSEY OF HOMER, or ONE THING AFTER ANOTHER is certain to be another breakthrough of theatrical exploration for SPTís Youth Program.
Friday, Feb 22 @ 7pm
Saturday, Feb 23 @ 2pm & 7pm
Sunday, Feb 24 @ 2pm.