Suffering from Collateral Damage. 'Euripides’ Trojan Women' adapted by Rosalba Clement and Dawn Langman. State Theatre Company. [review]
Bramwell, Murray Ross
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In The Trojan Women the text is on suffering - for women, children, even, for the souls of the victors. Its subject is the death that can be worse than death - occupation and enslavement. In her final project as Artistic Director for State Theatre, Rosalba Clemente has collaborated with Dawn Langman to stage a work that is difficult in theme and form. The play is a lament, a tableau with little in the way of plot and dramatic complexity.