Oedipus at Colonus
The 2019 Cambridge Greek Play will be a modern-day version of Sophocles’ Oedipus at Colonus.
It is the second play in Sophocles’ “Theban trilogy” about the last days of Oedipus, now blind and exiled and is one of the greatest plays about old age, the bearing of life’s horror, and the transcendence of the ordinary.
It will open in October 2019 and will directed and designed by the Off West End Award Winning team of Daniel Goldman, Jemima Robinson, Richard Williamson and Elena Peña. Daniel Goldman is known for his imaginative theatre work in several languages with his Tangram Theatre Company and beyond, and is looking forward to the exciting challenge of staging Sophocles in the original Greek.
Production and Design Team
- Director: Danial Goldman
- Producers: Jennifer Wallace, Rebecca Laemmle
- Set and Costume: Jemima Robinson
- Lighting: Richard Williamson
- Sound: Elena Peña
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