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The aftermath of war. A great city destroyed. The women survive and await their fate. Yesterday the wives and mothers of great men, today the slaves of their tormentors and enemies. Euripides' tragedy explores themes that transcend all barriers of time and location - the horror of war and the suffering of those caught powerless with it.Performers Kate Duchene (Hecuba), Anastasia Hille (Andromache), Sinead Matthews (Cassandra), Susie Trayling (Helen), Pandora Colin, Beth Fitzgerald, Michael Gould, Helena Lymbery, Penelope McGhie, Charlotte Roach, Jonah Russell (Sinon), Rachel Clarke, Laura Elphinstone, Mark Holgate (Chrysander), Stephen Kennedy (Menelaus).
Author Euripides. Producer National Theatre. Adapted by Don Taylor. Director Katie Mitchell. Design Bunny Christie. Lighting Paule Constable. Lighting Jon Clark. Costume Vicki Mortimer. Choreographer Struan Leslie. Sound Gareth Fry. Costume Vicki Mortimer. Choreographer Struan Leslie. Sound Gareth Fry.
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