There and back again, a story that never gets old

Published January 4, 2012 8:23 am
Theater • "Odyssey" at Dixie State College gives a Homer's epic a new spin.
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"Odyssey," running at the Eccles Black Box Theater at Dixie State College, is unique take on Homer's timeless travel yarn.

In this case, Odysseus' journey home after the destruction of Troy is reimagined through the eyes of a Victorian writer. The production includes movement, mask-work and puppetry inspired by theater cultures around the world.

Performances Tuesday through Saturday.

For ticket information call 435-652-7800 or go to http://www.tickets.dixie.edu.



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