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Savannah State University- Visual and Performing Arts Program, Players by the Sea | Acting III class presentsOBA OEDIPUSan outdoor, socially distanced, Yoruba inspired masked performance on
Savannah State University- Visual and Performing Arts Program, Players by the Sea | Acting III class presents OBA OEDIPUS an outdoor, socially distanced, Yoruba inspired masked performance on the front steps of the Kennedy Fine Arts Center at Savannah State University. SYNOPSIS: Oedipus seeks to cure his city of a mysterious plague by discovering the murderer of the former king. Captivating and cathartic, Sophocles’ seminal Greek tragedy brings to light enduring questions of identity, fate, and free will that reverberate in startling ways in the 21st century. Oba Oedipus is performed from an original adaptation by Nick Bartel and interpreted with artistic license to Yorubaland. FREE ADMISSION – LIMITED SOCIAL DISTANCE CIRCLE SPACES- Spaces can hold up to groups of four which limits seating. Reservation of spaces is highly suggested. Patrons should bring a chair or a blanket to sit on.RESERVATION OF SPACE: contact director at firstname.lastname@example.org or (912) 358-3189
(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Savannah State University Kennedy Fine Arts Center
3219 College Street
Savannah State Arts3219 College St Savannah, GA 31404