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A stand up tragedy in broken English.

The heroine of Troy became an immigrant of our time.

She has notions of English in order to communicate at a survival level. When the war finished, Agamemnon took her to Europe as a slave. Now she lives in exile from her country. Survives offering smuggled goods and her own body. Her story is not exactly the same as Aeschylus and Euripides told thousands of years ago.

Starting from the myth of Casandra, who had the gift of guessing the future and at the same time is condemned not to be heard, Sergio Blanco builds up fascinating layers to enter the painful field of the silent violence.

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Dates & Times

WHEN 5 & 12 Feb | Sat 6:30pm


FULL $22.00
CONC $18.00
3-SHOW PKG 10% off all 3 eligible shows
EARLY BIRD 15% off if purchased prior to 13 December


Club Voltaire

14 Raglan St, North Melbourne

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57 to stop 11

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