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JSC Dibden Center Dibden Stage: Written by Sarah Ruhl in 2003, this play is the Greek myth of Orpheus retold from the perspective of his lover, Eurydice. It is whimsical, expressionistic, and has an elevator on stage that rains from the inside. In this faculty production we will employ audience immersion, live interactive video projection, and other experimental performance elements to help us tell this beautiful and tragic story.
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