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Friday, November 13, 2009


Photograph shows Adaora Igbo, a pre-pharmacy major from Silver Spring, Md., as Eurydice in the upcoming University of Pittsburgh at Bradford Division of Communication and the Arts' production “Eurydice.”


BRADFORD, Pa. – A modern tale of loss and love based on the classic myth of Orpheus retold from the woman’s perspective will be staged next week at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford.
“Eurydice” will be presented by the Pitt-Bradford Division of Communication and the Arts at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 19-21 and 2 p.m. Nov. 22 in the Studio Theatre of Blaisdell Hall. Tickets are $6 for the public and $2 for all students. The production is a part of the university’s Spectrum Series.

“’Eurydice’ is a story of love and loss and second chances that come with both a catch and a cost,” said Dr. Kevin Ewert, associate professor of theater and director of the theater program. “Playwright Sarah Ruhl creates a dreamlike, strange and surprising world, to which we’ve added a very strong ensemble of actors, some live music, and an ambitious and incredible set design for the underworld.”

When Eurydice is to marry her true love, Orpheus, a tragic misstep sends her plummeting to the surreal depths of the underworld. Memories are forbidden in this world of the dead, but an unexpected reunion with her father awakens Eurydice’s mind with the love she felt in life. When Orpheus braves the gates of hell to find her, Eurydice must decide whether to remain with her father or return to her earthly love.

The New York Times praised “Eurydice,” saying, “Like all fine poems, songs and paintings, it’s a love letter to the world… a magical play.”

Ruhl is a Pulitzer Prize nominee and a MacArthur Genius Fellowship winner.

The cast includes Adaora Igbo, a pre-pharmacy major from Silver Spring, Md.; Latdior Williams, a public relations major from Newark, Del.; Carnell Lawson, a broadcast communications major from Trainer; Brandon Tully, an interdisciplinary arts major from Bradford; Romainne Harrod, an English education 7-12 major from Peoria, Ariz.; Katherine Yeagle, a broadcast communications major from Newville; Allan Swart, a writing and elementary education major from Corry; and Chelsey Colosimo of Bradford.

For tickets, call the Bromeley Family Theater Box Office at (814) 362-5113.

For disability-related needs, contact the Office of Disability Resources and Services at 814-362-7609 or

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