The story of a mutiny on the ship of state comes to the stage in November at Fresno Pacific University.
Women in Congress is Aristophanes’ take on what would happen if women insisted on their turn at the helm of government. Set in ancient Athens the play, like many works by the Greek satirist and comic dramatist, still carries a message to modern audiences. Jules Tasca wrote the adaptation.
Lions and Christians and Fresno Pacific University—Oh my!
Androcles and the Lion is the spring mainstage production at FPU. Performances will be at 8 p.m. March 21-23 and at 2:30 p.m. March 24 in Ashley Auditorium on the university campus. Admission is $6 for general audiences, $3 for FPU students, faculty and staff and $3 for other students and those over 65.