See it if You want an ethereal view of the state of our wars right now...where we might be heading.
Don't see it if You can't let your mind wander with narrative. This piece sort of meanders it's way to its rather stunning point.
See it if need clarification between the ancient Greeks and toady's world. Some good acting but not all Nice seating.
Don't see it if you are ready for some thinking. It may be distressing or it may remind. you of some family disasters. Some actors need more training.
"'Our Trojan War' is not out to entertain. It’s a heavy piece loaded with layers of narrative that raises a plethora of challenging questions for the audience to digest and reflect on...The ensemble delivers the piece with the utter sincerity that comes from some of their true experiences. There are certainly flaws that lie in the play's density...However, this does not negate the value of 'Our Trojan War' as an important commentary on modern warfare through the scope of the classics."
"Thanks to a perceptive script, a changing projected backdrop, and expert staging and lighting effects, the play alternates seamlessly between ancient Greek stories and the present day...I was surprised at how natural and engaging the dialogue felt–it never came off as antiquated...'Our Trojan War' is theater as the Greeks intended it, and as all truly great theater should be: a method of beholding, a tool for seeing more clearly, a mirror to hold up to our society, and to ourselves."