Theatre review: The Suppliant Women



THEATRE
Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh
****
The house lights are up, the audience chatters, a group of young women in ordinary 21st century clothes file onto the stage.
A ritual takes place that may never have been seen in 
Scotland before, as an eminent citizen – Scottish Liberal 
Democrat leader Willie 
Rennie, on opening night – is invited to step up, and pour a libation to the god Dionysus, a full bottle of good red wine lashed along the front of the low, accessible thrust stage specially created for this defining production.
Then – with a shout of “are you ready, Chorus?” – the performance... read more

 
8 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 41
Source: Scotsman
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