Based on Homer’s The Iliad, translated by Robert Fagles
“… the most powerful piece of theater I have seen in my life….
It was one woman, but a show so immense, so powerful, there almost wasn’t room for her inside that nearly bare black-box theater….”
“It is, at times, enthralling, engaging, shocking, tragic, hilarious and profound, and is an important message for us to hear today as talk of war escalates among our politicians and news media.”
– Jim Gurley in the La Crosse Tribune
Tarah Flanagan gives a preview of An Iliad
|Andrew Carlson*||…..||The Poet (alternating performances)|
|Tarah Flanagan*||The Poet (alternating performances)|
|Eva Scholz-Carlson||A Muse|
*Member, Actors Equity Association
|John Osterhoudt||Assistant Director|
|Eva Scholz-Carlson and|
|Laura F. Wendt*||Production Stage Manager|
|Daniel Munson*||Stage Manager|
|Victoria Esquibell||Stage Manager|
|Joseph Millett||Production Manager|
*Member, Actors’ Equity Association
AN ILLIAD has strong language and descriptions of violence.
AN ILIAD was originally developed as part of the New York Theatre Workshop Usual Suspects Program, Off-Broadway premiere produced by New York Theatre Workshop (Jim Nicola, Artistic Director; William Russo, Managing Director) in 2012.
AN ILIAD was originally produced by Seattle Repertory Theatre (Jerry Manning Producing Artistic Director; Benjamin Moore, Managing Director).
It was subsequently produced by McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton, NJ (Emily Mann, Artistic Director; Timothy J. Shields, Managing Director, Mara Isaacs, Producing Director).
AN ILIAD was developed in part with the assistance of the Sundance Institute Theatre Program.