Postponed until date TBA

 

A NEW WORKS FROM HOME PLAY READING

Pandora

By Laurel Ollstein
Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

 

What if a woman rethought, reshaped, rebooted and rewrote the Pandora’s Box myth? That’s the premise of the play Pandora. Ignorance killed the cat. Curiosity was framed. What if a new adult female person—was suddenly created and dropped into the middle of the world now— someone with no preconceived notions of anything. What beauty is, what love is, what violence is. And what if the rest of humanity and gods could suddenly see the world through those clear eyes?

Remember to look up at the stars, not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious.
Stephen Hawking

 

Thank you to

ACTORS’ EQUITY ASSOCIATION
AMERICAN GUILD OF MUSICAL ARTISTS
AMERICAN GUILD OF VARIETY ARTISTS
SAG-AFTRA

through Theatre Authority, Inc. for their cooperation in permitting the Artists to appear on this program.

 

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Pandora is a commission from for the Villa Theatre Lab at the Getty Villa.

An exciting forum for the reinterpretation of classical theater, this workshop series features new translations of Greek and Roman plays as well as contemporary works inspired by ancient literature.