Gorilla Rep presents a new adaptation of Euripides' great tragedy—a tale of a riotous cult, and the perils of angering the gods. More…
Playwright and poet Matthew Gasda's new verse adaptation of 'The Bacchae' is a cutting-edge, immersive experience. Directed by Christopher Carter Sanderson, this New York City premiere follows the show’s workshop performances upstate, and premiere limited engagement at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Philadelphia.
See it if the weather is nice and you need an excuse to spend an evening in central park. The final monologue is actually somewhat decently done.
Don't see it if you're interested in Euripides, theater, art etc. Might as well have been staged on the moon for how much use it makes of its surroundings.