28th, 29th March: 3:00pm , 7:00pm
The strength to accept one’s misfortune with dignity is what sets apart Seneca’s Oedipus from the other adaptations of the Greek myth. A divination that will make a man commit patricide and incest makes him seek his own redemption, but time and fate are stronger.
N.B: Auditorium doors close at 3:00pm and 7:00pm.
Latecomers not permitted.