The Man Who Found Troy
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The Man Who Found Troy
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The Man Who Found Troy NYC Reviews and Tickets

81%
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Absorbing, Entertaining, Great acting, Classic, Intelligent

About the Show

Based on a true story, this epic drama tells the story of Henry Schliemann, a wealthy entrepreneur, who embarks on a rocky, 20-year journey to discover the ancient city of Troy, using 'The Iliad' as his guide and inspiration.

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Absorbing, Based on true events, Trojan history, Great acting, Intelligent

See it if you enjoy biographical plays about events during the mid-1800s, Ancient Greece, and amateur archeologists at war with each other

Don't see it if Agamemnon, Menelaus, Helen of Troy, Apollo, King Priam, Hector, Andromache, Cassandra, and Homer are names you never heard of Read more

84
Entertaining, Dated

See it if Interesting, if you like the Roman era. Funny and quirky

Don't see it if You don’t like fantasy period peices

Critic Reviews (1)

Stage Buddy
April 23rd, 2018

"Done with great consciousness and dabbles of humor...Lew keeps the stage interesting during every moment, ensuring that even during the more informational scenes there is action and movement on the stage, keeping the audience intrigued and never bored. The talented three-actor ensemble were a joy to watch...A standout performance by Leavitt...Filled with impeccable comic timing and sensitivity. A thoroughly intriguing and enjoyable play."
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