Hudson Warehouse presents this updated and modernized version of Euripides classic tale adapted from the original text and the work of Chuck Mee. More…
With the men annihilated and their city in ruins, the women of Troy are corralled into a makeshift prison awaiting their fate at the hands of their brutal captors. Graphic content: recommended for ages 13 and up.
See it if you want to see a smart twist on one of the great surviving Greek dramas, as eloquent a condemnation of war's collateral damage as exists.
Don't see it if you like your classic Greek drama straight, or have trouble with plays that collage different ages, styles & tones.
See it if you appreciate intelligent theater with conveying complex ideas with dramatic action. Interestingly creative.
Don't see it if you prefer light amusement. This is strong stuff for hearty viewers.
See it if The story was told different, but good, the cast was great.
Don't see it if At times it becomes intense, maybe difficult/upsetting to watch.
See it if If you want to see an updated Trojan Women w/a different take & have the patience to overlook the overindulged, it has its strong moments.
Don't see it if Well intentiomed bit a lost btwn 2 worlds-reality & a fantasy like environment where song is supposed to give the strongest emotional pull.
See it if you live on the Upper West Side and are scouting out community theaters that might be open to hearing your low-budget concept for a classic.
Don't see it if you agree that playwrights Euripides and Charles L. Mee alike will slide from pathos to bathos in the wrong directorial hands.
See it if You enjoy modern Chuck Mee takes on classic texts, to support an ensemble of talented women.
Don't see it if You don't want to trek up to the UWS, you are triggered by sexual assault and violence.