role expectation, After Eurydice occupied a two-year developmental
With original music by William Young and musical instruments
fabricated by Richard Waters, the piece involved 19 actors and
consisted of some twelve ritual episodes, among them "Department
Store" where women could shop for life roles; "Marketplace"
which investigated levels of objectification; and "Creation",
which laid the foundations of the patriarchal society.
"Presented by the Theatre of Man in an ensemble performance
representative of a unity of understanding, love, philosophy
and talent, After Eurydice is the kind of performance
that is answered by the individual heart and soul. "
Laurie Zein, San Francisco Progress, Jan. 10, 1973
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