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by Lisa Peterson & Denis O'Hare.

From a translation by Robert Fagles.


A mysterious pair of homeless storytellers bring Homer's Iliad to life through dynamic storytelling and improvised music, using a few simple props and musical instruments.


This award-winning adaptation focuses on the conflict between Achilles and Hector at the siege of Troy, as human characters struggle with their fate while the capricious gods of Olympus meddle and conspire. What emerges is a modern play about war and human rage.


Since 2014, Algernon D'Ammassa and Randy Granger have performed this play at indoor and outdoor venues all over New Mexico and cities in Arizona, North Carolina, and Texas.



This show is highly portable and available for indoor or outdoor venues. Available pending arrangement with Dramatists Play Service.

For information about booking this show, contact Algernon at (575) 545-7613.

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