The Hip Hop Waltz of Eurydice

With a Conversation with MTA faculty Ken Urban and Dan Safer

February 25, 2019 - 3:00pm
Free & Open to the Public

A screening of 1990’s avant-garde, queer retelling of the myth of Orpheus (Tommy) and Eurydice (Dora Lee), focusing on an antagonistic couple who find themselves exploited by Orpheus's overbearing and sexually-predatory boss. Written and directed by Reza Abdoh. 

"Not for the faint of heart.” — The Los Angeles Times

 

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