Presented by Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Theatre | By Jean Giradoux, translated by Christopher Fry | Directed by Sidney Friedman | Hector returns from battle as a peacemaker and convinces Ulysses and the populace of the insanity of war. Together they agree that the Trojan War shall not take place. But the poets need a war for their elegies and dirges; the king, because it is custom; the lawyer, because of his honor; and others, for various mean reasons. And so, in spite of all logic, the war erupts. | Running time: 2 hours, 15 minutes. Please be advised that there will be no late seating for this production. All performances will begin at the scheduled curtain time.
Wednesday, May 3, 7:30pm
Thursday, May 4, 7:30pm (talk-back)
Friday, May 5, 8pm
Saturday, May 6, 8pm
Sunday, May 7, 2pm
Boston University Theatre, Lane-Comley Studio 210 | 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston
$12 General Public | Free with BU ID, at the door, day of performance, subject to availability | bostontheatrescene.com | 617-933-8600