Performance of Thyestes, Seneca's Horror Show
Join us on Monday, October 30 for a dramatic reading of the Roman playwright Seneca's masterpiece, Thyestes, about mythological murder and intrigue. 5:30pm, Galvin Auditorium, Sullivan Center, Lakeshore Campus. Reception to follow.
Murder! Deceit! Fake blood! Political commentary! This play has it all!
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