Fall Mainstage: Eurydice

The Goshen College Theater Department blended romance, death, humor, whimsy, music and poetry in Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice,” a contemporary retelling of the Greek myth of Orpheus.

The 2014 fall mainstage production was directed by Michelle Milne, assistant professor of theater, and the cast included Christina Hofer, a junior theater and interdisciplinary studies major from Dolton, South Dakota, as Eurydice; Paul Zehr, a senior music and theater major from Carthage, New York, as Orpheus; Martin Flowers, a senior music and theater major from Nappanee, Indiana; Sarah Lake-Rayburn, a senior theater major from Champaign, Illinois; Nick Peebles, a sophomore theater and communication major from Chicago, Illinois; Lea Ramer, a sophomore social work major from Fort Collins, Colorado; and Morgan Yordy, a first-year history and peace, justice and conflict studies major from Rochelle, Illinois.

Dates: Nov. 14-16 and 22-23

Photos by Alia Munley ’15