The Movement Theatre Company presents a theatrical retelling of Euripides' 'The Trojan Women' fused with the underground LGBTQ+ ball scene. More…
Set in a hospital waiting room after the emergence of an unknown and deadly virus, 'And She Would Stand Like This' reimagines the characters of 'The Trojan Women' as Black and Latinx queer men and Transgender women fighting for survival. A minimum of 15 tickets per performance are pay-what-you-can.
See it if You want great writing that is wonderfully and emotionally performed, from members of the community the play is about making it so impactful
Don't see it if The subject matter would bother you, or you find intense immersive style theatre makes you feel uneasy
See it if you want to see something boldly ambitious, fiercely humane & aesthetically adventurous
Don't see it if the mashup of greek tragedy and drag ball culture just ain't your bag; if you need every edge polished
See it if you want to see an exceptional adaptation of Trojan Women. Visceral, thought-provoking, engrossing.
Don't see it if you are not interested in queer culture.
See it if you are a fan of great acting on a small runway. The music and choreography were as memorable and lines.
Don't see it if death and loss are too emotional to relive as this piece deals with a period where many lives were lost needlessly though celebrates life.