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Last Weekend for "Euridice!"

Last Weekend for "Euridice!"





"tear-jerking performances"

"still crying a week later"


All the World's a Stage 


in residence at Hawaii Pacific University

with our production of Sarah Ruhl's






Rachael Uyeno

Jeff Brackett

Paul T. Mitri

Dezmond Gilla

Therese Olival

Garrett Hols

Kela Neil


Directed by Alex Munro

Sets/Lights by Christina Sutrov

Costumes by Annastasia Fiala-Watkins


Paul and Vi Loo Theatre 

Hawaiʻi Pacific University

45-045 Kamehameha Highway
Kāneʻohe, HI, 96744-5221
(HPU Hawaiʻi Loa Campus)



July 27-29

Fri/Sat at 7:30 pm

Sun at 4:00 pm


$10 students/seniors

$20 general


Advance Tickets available online at www.awstheatre.org or here

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This powerful, poetic piece was named one of the Best Plays of the Last 25 Years by the New York Times.  Playwright Sarah Ruhl centers her modern interpretation on Eurydice (Rachael Uyeno), the wife of Orpheus (Jeff Brackett), who dies on her wedding day.  In the Underworld, Eurydice reconnects with her deceased Father (Paul T. Mitri), but the strands of memory that bind them together pull her farther away from the husband she left behind. With string houses, raining elevators, the Lord of the Underworld (Dezmond Gilla) and talking stones (Therese Olival, Garrett Hols, Kela Neil), Ruhl intertwines themes of love and family with loss and saying goodbye.  Eurydice poignantly captures the truth that memories – even the most painful ones – are what make us who we are...and to forget ourselves is to forget how to be human. 


(photo by Alex Munro and Brett Wulfson, poster by Michael Hall)

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