The Real Housewives of Troy
The Real Housewives of Troy is a re-telling of the ancient Greek tragedy, The Trojan Women. The Trojan Women written by ancient Greek playwright Euripides in 400 bc, tells the story of Hecuba, once queen of Troy, who was left with a bleak future as a slave to an Athenian general.
The Real Housewives of Troy, is an irreverent comedy painting of these once affluent women of Troy as not only despondent survivors of a terrible war but also as vacuous, whiny, backstabbing, and self-indulgent as the women from The Real Housewives franchise that we love to hate.
Hecuba’s city has just been sacked, her husband and son killed, her daughter is on some weird designer drug and her daughter-in-law has lost it. Now, she has to teach that spoiled, vain slut Helen a thing or two, and she is just the fallen queen to do it! Euripides’s classic drama is given a comic make-over.
Sunday, September 25 at 2:00pm
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