Go behind the scenes of LCCC’s Studio Theater production of “The Trojan Women”. The Trojan Women is a play on the consequences of war and the fate of those defeated in war and the fate of their victors. Like Aeschylus’ Persians, it is presented from the point of view of the conquered. It was written in the middle of the Peloponnesian War; Circa 431-405 BCE, and produced in the competitions of the festival of Dionysos in spring of 415, just months before the Athenians launched their great armada against Syracuse and Sicily. If The Trojan Women is a war play, it is not about a specific war; it is about all wars.
The play is directed by Dave Cotton and will be presented in Stocker Center’s Studio Theater on November 3rd 4th & 5th at 7:30pm each night. Admission is $7 for adults $6 for LCCC Students Faculty, Staff and Senior 65 and up. If you bring a group of 15 or more each ticket is $5
This student produced, “Eye on Campus”, was produced shot and edited by Jerred Adams from Lorain County Community College's Small Format & Editing Class (TCOMN 177).