The King’s Theatrical Society Presents


Directed by Jacob Hermant

In an undefined space and an undefined time, Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice takes the myth of Orpheus and re-centres it around his wife, Eurydice. We follow Eurydice and Orpheus’ marriage, her encounter with a Nasty Interesting Man, and her time in the Underworld, reuniting with her Father and meeting a Chorus of Stones. This retelling delves into themes of family, memory, and loss, exploring how by remembering those who we lose, they are never truly gone.

Produced by Ghislaine Sinclair and Andrew Van Wyk

Tickets are pay-what-you-can starting at $5 for students and $10 for general admission. Reserve tickets on eventbrite and pay at the door. Rush tickets are available starting at 7:15 the night of the shows, and all pre-order tickets not picked up by 7:45 automatically become rush tickets.

Content Warnings: death, depiction of attempted sexual assault.

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This play takes place on unceded Mi’kmaq territory. We are all treaty people.