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Based on Ovid's transformation myths, Metamorphoses is an inventive adaptation by Mary Zimmerman that mixes the ancient stories with contemporary language, humor, and thought. Much of the actions centers around a large pool of water that evokes natural and emotional turbulence, and the ensemble cast of actors create the illusion that it is as deep as the sea. Characters melt into this pool and galleons are destroyed by storms. Timeless themes emerge, including the inevitability of change and the human ability to adapt to change.
Metamorphoses ran November 6-8 and 13-15 at 7:30 p.m. in the Mainstage Theater.
Director: Ingrid De Sanctis
Stage Manager: Susan Alexander
Assistant Stage Manager: Allison Turman
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