In the aftermath of the Trojan War, the women of Troy gather in the ruins of their city. Observed by a god, divided like spoils by the conquerors, parceled out to new masters like livestock, the women curse, bemoan, and struggle to accept their fate. Euripides’ great tragedy The Trojan Women examines war, grief, and the humanity that remains when one group is subjugated by another. Passionfool presents a unique, thought-provoking experience this November. Don’t miss it!