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''The gods are not altogether unkind.''
METAMORPHOSES Weaving a contemporary and frequently humorous sensibility through Ovid’s epic poem of mythology and human nature, Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses transformed the Circle in the Square stage into a 27’ wide pool of water Ovid’s classic Roman myths of gods and goddesses, of love and despair, come to heartbreaking life.
FIRST PREVIEW: February 21, 2002
OPENED: March 4, 2002
CLOSED: February 16, 2003
THEATRE: Circle in the Square
PLAYWRIGHT: Mary Zimmerman
Based on the myths of Ovid and a translation by David Slavitt.
DIRECTOR: Mary Zimmerman
SCENIC DESIGN: Daniel Ostling
COSTUME DESIGN: Mara Blumenfeld
LIGHTING DESIGN: T. J. Gerckens
SOUND DESIGN: Andrew Pluess & Ben Sussman
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