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Tiger At The Gates


Jean Giradoux

Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan
Oct.3-12

"Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too."

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided. Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
3
Thu
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 3 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
4
Fri
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 4 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
5
Sat
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 5 @ 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 5 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
8
Tue
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 8 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
9
Wed
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 9 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
10
Thu
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 10 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
11
Fri
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 11 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Oct
12
Sat
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 12 @ 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?

Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts
Oct 12 @ 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Tiger at the Gates @ The Purnell Center for the Arts

Tiger At The Gates

Jean Giradoux
Translated by Christopher Fry
Directed by Gary Logan

Oct. 3-12

Everyone always dies for his country. If you have lived in it, well and wisely and actively, you die for it too.

With ancient Troy as the backdrop and the looming Trojan War imminent, the great Trojan diplomat and warrior, Hector, and the fabled Greek philosopher and warrior, Ulysses, are set to meet to see if the conflagration of war can possibly be avoided.

Originally entitled The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Tiger At The Gates is ultimately a play about peace, not war. It asks the question: Are we worthy, of attaining peace?