The American Hellenic Council
is proud to present to the Los Angeles Community

The Leonidas Loizides Theatrical Group
A World-Class Live Theatrical Production of

The Ancient Greek Drama by Euripides

TROADES (TROJAN WOMEN)

Translation by acclaimed director Michael Kakoyiannis
Music by world-famous composer Mikis Theodorakis

Saturday, November 14, 2009
8:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Downey Theater
8435 Firestone Boulevard
Downey, CA 90241-3843
(click here for map)

Ticket Price: $20 pre-sale / $25 at the door
Seating assignments will be determined by time of purchase.

* A complimentary Q&A session will follow in which the actors and actresses will answer questions regarding the play and Ancient Greek Theater. The play will be performed in Greek with English Supertitles.

Please pre-buy tickets online here

Email us at info@americanhellenic.org call us at 323-651-3507

Co-Sponsorship opportunities still available for businesses and organizations

Plot Summary:
The play that was originally written by Euripides in Athens around 400 B.C. portrays the plight of women and children following the defeat of Troy by the Greek Armies at the Trojan War as the remaining families of the defeated Trojans are about to be taken away as slaves. It brings alive the timeless message that there are no winners in any war, and that even through the darkest night and despair, there is always hope and catharsis.

About the Director, Production and Theatrical Group:
Following the overwhelming success of the 2008 USA tour of Vacchae, Director Leonidas Loizides and the cast of the Loizides Theatrical Group, continue their dedication and commitment to bring the ultimate form of Ancient Greek culture and heritage, the Ancient Greek Theater, to every corner of the world. The Tour is  supported by PAIDEIA and its director Ilias Tomazos, SAE and its director Ted Spyropoulos, Hellenic American National Council and its director Manolis Velivasakis, Ted Laliotis of the Hellenic Federation of Northern California and Andreas Dimitriou, Minister of Education and Culture of Cypriot Democracy.

This production is co-sponsored by

ARIS AND ISAURA ANAGNOS

THE KALLINS FAMILY FOUNDATION

GEORGE AND TINA KOLOVOS