Trojan Trilogy

Trojan Trilogy is David Stuttard’s reworking of a lost cycle of plays by Euripides, a unique piece of theatre, fusing dynamic new writing with fragments of a lost masterpiece. 


Modern in feel, it resonates with contemporary audiences, while still being faithful to the spirit of the original. 


The Trilogy restores Euripides’ Trojan Women to its intended place as the third act of a three act “tragedy”, with a comic coda or satyr play. 


As such it is not only a stimulating dramatic experience in its own right, it also forces a re-evaluation of an established classic.


A tour-de-force of storytelling, Trojan Trilogy combines writing of great depth, sympathy and humanity with edge-of-the-seat drama to create an absorbing modern masterpiece. 






















This micro-website provides information about the reconstruction of the Trilogy, the semi-staged reading at the British Museum in 2007. 


The Trilogy

The Website

Semi-staged reading at The British Museum April 2007

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