By Meg Braem

Digital on demand performance will be viewable from December 12, 2020 - January 1, 2021

Chrysothemis, the lost daughter of the House of Atreus, is starving for love, affection and peace. She seeks nourishment for her damaged and divided family through cooking - but will the very essence of healing through food be enough to transform and nurture the most dysfunctional family in history?

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Digital Viewing

$12 for the digital version (closed captioned option available)


For more information, please email or call the Timms Centre for the Arts Box Office at 780.492.2495

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    Congratulations to our PhD candidate Mũkonzi Mũsyoki on being chosen as one of the New Play Development Associates at the Stratford Festival! His PhD Performance Studies research is on Postcolonial Theatre and Performance, Dramaturgy, Urban Discourse and Identity Politics in contemporary East Africa and the Diaspora.

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    Lorne Cardinal was the first-ever Indigenous student to be admitted into the UAlberta's BFA acting program in 1990. “It's paid itself off numerous times - the technique and craft they teach at the U of A are second to none. I never looked back.” In recognition of this stellar career since graduating, Cardinal received the prestigious August Schellenberg Award of Excellence earlier this month from the Toronto-based ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival - the world’s largest Indigenous film and media arts festival! Congratulations, Lorne!

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