Stanford Summer Theater

3 08 2009


Stanford Summer Theater presents Sophocles’ Electra. Examiner says, “The play has everything: anguish, laughter, deception, murder, vengeance, motion, lasciviousness, original music, big sound, selfishness and altruism,” and Mercury Daily news calls it “an exciting and thoughtful production.” SF Gate also has a bundle of lovely reviews, one saying, “Verve, vigor, vengeance, – all exhibited in spades in this remarkable production.”

For my part, I’m acting in the role of Orestes. It’s been an utter delight to work with this cast on this material, which has been incredibly challenging, but equally gratifying. I hope you’ll come see us!

We run for two more weeks on Stanford University’s Memorial Auditorium stage. Tickets here.



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