Witness An Iliad live on stage in Boston this weekend only. The performance will take place at the Emerson Paramount Center Robert J. Orchard Stage on Saturday and Sunday, November 23-24. Discounted tickets for 50% off are available only exclusively to Boston On Budget readers by clicking this link.
About the Show
An Iliad features a masterful adaptation by Lisa Peterson and Tony-Award Winning actor Denis O’Hare. Leading star of the play, O’Hare, is not new to the stage nor is he new to the tonal essence of violence in An Iliad. His roles in American Horror Story and True Blood shed light on why his credentials as an actor were more then up to par for this role.
The play illuminates Homer’s Trojan War epic style poem into a captivating performance featuring everything from valor to the dread of war. An Iliad centers around the narratives of characters Achilles and Hector. Somehow turning acting into a performance by encompassing the art of poetic language, while still fascinating the audience with a familiar tone. What we are left with is the powerful notion that mankind’s reptilian brain, one driven towards and drawn by violence, is still prominent in today’s climate.
Save Big on Tickets
Tickets to this show are currently ranging up to $75. BUT, Boston On Budget readers can receive discounted tickets ranging from only $32.50 and up — 50% off! Make sure to take advantage of this great deal because tickets are selling fast! Click here to get yours now.
Dates & Times
Below are the dates and times to see An Iliad live on Stage:
Saturday, Nov 23, 2019 / 8:00pm
Sunday, Nov 24, 2019 / 2:00pm
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Emerson Paramount Center Robert J. Orchard Stage is located at 559 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111.
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