SSITP's Troilus and Cressida

By Syracuse Shakespeare-In-The-Park (other events)

6 Dates Through Jun 13, 2021

Start with the background of Homer's epic Iliad as Shakespeare puts you in the middle of the Trojan War between Greece and Troy. Because it encompasses so many genres it is the least classfiable Shakepsearean play: Is it tragic? heroic? satrical? farcical? comical? or all of them rolled into one play?                                                                                                                

Troilus and Cressida is a love story set during conflict. It is a microcosm of reality. Characters aspire to love and value it beyond measure, yet love is put aside in pursuit of survival. People feed their basic instincts over their nobler aspirations. While it is sad and tragic that love does not triumph, the play reminds us that, although we cherish certain values, at times we must put them aside in order to live.                                                                                           

Please join us as this epic play unfolds before your eyes in Thornden Park's Amphitheater. You will be seated in the six rings, socially distanced, and the actors will be on the grass right in front of you. Enjoy live theater that is intimate but safe in the beautiful open air of the Amphitheater.




In order to comply with current NYS DOH guidlines, we have established the following policies:

1. Advance sale tickets only. Limited to 200 people in the audience each show.

2. Six-foot social distancing required at all times except for members of the same household.

3. Masks covering your nose and mouth are required at all times.

4. Please adhere to one way pedestrian traffic flow within the Amphitheater.

5. Masks may be removed when you are with your household party in your chosen seating area.