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In this reworking of the ancient Greek Oresteia Trilogy, Klytemnestra and Elektro, mother and daughter, face one another in a dramatic confrontation. Their attempts to come to terms with their violent past echo the testimonies delivered in the wake of apartheid all over South Africa as part of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Archive :: production:T0304843509, play:S1676918485, venue:V051452426
Based on the Oresteia Trilogy
A chorus of Xhosa tribeswomen brings grace and humanity to the drama through the ancient art of split tone singing. Intimate and epic, with unforgettable performances. 105 mins with no interval. Age guidance 14+
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