APSU had been taken returning to Greece that is ancient with Aristophanes play “Lysistrata” from Wednesday, April 17, through Sunday, April 21. Sponsored because of the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, the play centers on the consistent war between Athens and Sparta together with efforts associated with the towns and towns and towns and cities’ ladies to finish it. After growing fed up with their husbands and enthusiasts constantly being gone at war, the ladies of Greece teamed up and withheld their health and intercourse in hopes of forcing the males to produce comfort.
Darren Michael, associate teacher of acting and directing, directed “Lysistrata” and stated the concept when it comes to manufacturing came into being while teaching the play within an introduction to theatre course. Read More