Asaf Bartov (ijon) wrote,
Asaf Bartov
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Women of Trachis at TAU!

The Women of Trachis, a tragedy by Sophocles, is featured in the TAU studential theater (fourth year students this time) this week and the next. The TAU Romeo and Juliet was atrocious, yes, but Arcadia was superb, and I can't risk my reputation as a Greek Father by passing by a Sophocles production, can I?

So, tomorrow (Monday) or the day after that1, 20:30. Tickets are 45 NIS, or 25 NIS for students. Who's coming?

update: We're going Tuesday. 20:30 at TAU. Sign up here or by calling me.

1 <ObHebrewSupremacyRemark>Ye Non-Hebrew speakers: Hebrew has an elegant word for the-day-after-tomorrow, in the lovely dual number. It also has a word for the-day-before-yesterday. So there.</ObHebrewSupremacyRemark>
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