Welcome to Troy, USA, 1972, where tensions are high, draft cards are burning, and protests are rampant. A Chorus of historic activists and organizers guides us through this world premiere adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida, examining war, race, class, oppression, betrayal, and just how far we will go for love. Featuring striking imagery, soulful music, and a powerful multi-racial ensemble cast, Troy, USA marks the first major collaboration between playwrights Don Wilson Glenn and Dmae Roberts, and the third commission of Bag&Baggage Productions’ Problem Play Project, supported by the Meyer Memorial Trust, and directed by B&B Resident Artist Lawrence Siulagi. Additional sponsorship by Karl Citek and Patricia Logan.
Runs June 2022
Run Time 135 minutes, including 1 intermission(s)
Recommended for ages 14+
mature themes, racialized trauma
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