HCC Theatre Presents: Lysistrata 2411 A.D.
Lysistrata 2411 A.D. is the story of one woman's quest for world peace. Aristophanes produced one of the most clever anti-war statements ever staged in 411 B.C. With sheer exuberance and fun, Lysistrata, 2411 A.D. expands on his pungent idea of women withholding sex until the men agree not to make war anymore.
This comedy now comes as a reimagined bawdy, funk-futuristic version of Lysistrata's plight. Set to rhythms of rap, gospel and more, the piece is written and conceived by Dale Calandra and contains adult themes. Special musical guest, Rob Pieniak and costume design by Mike and Kathy Buck Designs.
$10 General Admission, $5 for non HCC students, seniors and military, free for HCC students, faculty and staff.
Hillsborough Community College, Ybor Campus, Ybor Performing Arts Building, Corner of E. Palm and N. 14th St.
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