Minotaur

Date: 

Fri - Sat, Apr 6 to Apr 14, 12:00pm - 12:00pm

Location: 

Loeb Experimental Theater

Based on personal experiences of former I.D.F. soldiers, Minotaur provides a rare glimpse of the troubled souls of Israeli millennials, who were born in an age of great expectations and grew up to witness the colossal collapse of the peace process.

Presented by: Harvard-Radcliffe Dramatic Club
Tickets:
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Runs: 4/6/2018 through 4/14/2018

Three boys and a girl grow up knowing that their death is just a matter of time. Once the school year is over, they will become human sacrifice for the Minotaur – a ferocious, man-eating monster, who threatens the existence of their country. Until that happens, they try to find moments of grace in a routine of fear, despair, and violence.

Based on personal experiences of former I.D.F. soldiers, Minotaur provides a rare glimpse of the troubled souls of Israeli millennials, who were born in an age of great expectations and grew up to witness the colossal collapse of the peace process. The play won the Spring Festival of the Alley Theater (Israel’s oldest fringe theater) and is currently running in Tel Aviv.

Please be advised that this production is not suitable for children due to adult content.

MINOTAUR
A National Ritual in Ten Lessons
Written by Eli Zuzovsky ’21
Directed by Eli Zuzovsky ’21
Produced by Laura Frustaci ’21 and Madeleine Snow ’20

PERFORMANCE DATES AND TIMES
The Loeb Experimental Theater

Friday, April 6 at 8pm
Saturday, April 7 at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday, April 8 at 8pm
Thursday, April 12 at 8pm
Friday, April 13 at 8pm
Saturday, April 14 at 2pm & 8pm

Run time: 1 hour, no intermission

Visit ‫minotaurtix@gmail.com‬ to reserve your free tickets