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An Iliad

Closed November 24, 2019

nothing short of mesmerizing

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Why See An Iliad?


four shows only

A huge hit with Bostonian audiences six years ago, Homer's Coat production of An Illiad returns to ArtsEmerson for an encore performance of four shows only, giving you the chance to experience this powerful, critically acclaimed play once more. 

Starring Tony-winner Denis O'Hare (This Is Us, American Horror Story) and directed by Lisa Peterson, An Iliad presents the story of Homer's epic narrative poem detailing the tragedy of the Trojan War and draws parallels with our own tumultuous times.

A worldwide hit, don't miss the return of this breathtaking exploration of humanity's propensity towards violence and the wrenching chasm it leaves behind.

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Opening night: 20 November 2019


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