What has really changed since the Trojan War?
The Poet, played by Rep veteran Joseph Graves, helps answer this question in our latest production, An Iliad, the inqaugural production in our newspace, The Annex, located at 518 Main St.
Running now through March 5, the play adapts Homer’s Trojan War epic into a compelling monologue that captures both the heroism and horror of warfare.
Sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, An Iliad will include Arkansas Stories of War, a series of six talkbacks featuring local service members and their families who will share their personal stories of war. From deployment and returning home, to triggers and the impact war has on their families, these talkbacks will allow participants to share their personal stories and create a dialogue with the greater community.
Don’t miss these insightful conversations immediately following performances on:
- Thursday, Feb. 25
- Saturday, Feb. 27
- Wednesday, March 2
- Friday, March 4
Single tickets are $25 and $40 for a combo pass that includes admission to An Iliad and Bill Clinton Hercules, which runs March 24-26 in The Annex. Get your tickets here or by calling the Box Office at (501) 378-0405, Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Get the scoop on this powerful production here:
- Q&A with Joe Graves of ‘An Iliad‘- Little Rock Soiree
- The Rep Opens Black Box with ‘An Iliad’– Arkansas Times
- Black Box to Stage An Iliad– Arkansas Democrat-Gazette