A Riddle

Question: What do a Tibetan singing bowl, a fabric baby, some military mesh, a tree branch and Seikilos Epitaph – the oldest complete piece of music in the world – have in common?

Answer: They’re all being used in The Rose Company’s production of Iphigenia, which opens at Lancaster Castle on Tuesday!

OK. It wasn’t a great riddle. Sorry.

Still, have a look at the rehearsal pictures below – all taken today – and see how many of the aforementioned items you can see…

 

 

Achilles and Clytemnestra
Achilles and Clytemnestra

Achilles and Menelaus
Achilles and Menelaus

Achilles
Achilles

Clytemnestra and Senex
Clytemnestra and Senex

Agamemnon and Clytemnestra
Agamemnon and Clytemnestra

Agamemnon and Menelaus
Agamemnon and Menelaus

Messenger and Agamemnon
Agamemnon and Messenger

Agamemnon's servant
Senex

A wonder!
“A wonder!”

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The cast (minus a poorly Iphigenia – get well soon, Catherine!).

 

 

Well, better go. I have to perfect my Tibetan singing bowl technique…

elaru xx

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