Adapted and originally directed by Mary Zimmerman
Adapted from the translation of The Odyssey by Robert Fitzgerald
Directed by Alexandra Harbold
Originally Produced by The Goodman Theatre, Chicago, Illinois of September 17, 1999
300 South University Street
Located on the lower level of the Pioneer Memorial Theatre
Free parking available at the Rice Eccles Stadium
Due to the intimate nature of our venue, late seating is not available for this production.
Please be aware that all events start at the time indicated on the ticket. We recommend that you arrive at least 30 minutes prior to performances to find parking, have a drink or a snack in our concessions area, and locate your seat before the show begins. Will call tickets unclaimed by the published curtain time may be subject to re-release by the box office.
The Trojan War is over, but Odysseus and his men have not returned. Back home, his wife Penelope, plagued by suitors, promises to remarry as soon as she finishes her father-in-law’s shroud—which she unravels every night. Meanwhile, Odysseus is stranded on islands, caught in storms, trapped by a Cyclops and a sorceress, and impeded by other monsters and gods. Will he ever make it home to his wife and fatherless son?
This adaptation by Mary Zimmerman (Metamorphosis, Guys and Dolls, The White Snake) weaves her own spell on Homer’s classic tale of adventure, trials, and steadfast love.
Children under four years of age, including babes in arms, will not be admitted.
ASL Interpreter November 9 @ 2pm