Adapted by Lisa Kuma from the Ancient Greek Trojen War trilogy by Euripides .
As the skies darken so does the story. In some of the most powerful drama ever written, Euripides spins his gripping account of the courageous women on opposing sides of the Trojen War; their sacrificies, triumphs and tradegies. This new adaptation of Iphigenia at Aulis, Hecuba and The Trojan Women will resonate dramatically against the backdrop of international conflicts today.
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