“Lysistrata” at Luna Stage Company

by Aristophanes

Written in 410 BC, Aristophenes’s play tells the story of a group of women in the war-torn Greek city-states who take an oath to deprive their husbands of sex until they sign a lasting peace treaty.

A staged reading as part of the Lysistrata Project
On Monday, March 3rd, 2003, the first-ever world-wide theatrical event for peace will happen in a city near you. Don't miss this unique opportunity to stand up for peace in your community, and provide a humorous entree into a healthy dialogue about current affairs. Attend or help plan a reading of Lysistrata, Aristophanes' anti-war comedy, to protest the rush to war on Iraq. Many of the readings will benefit non-profit organizations working for peace and humanitarian aid in Iraq.
The suggested donation is $5 which will go to the NJ Peace Action. They will be here and will help facilitate a discussion after the staged reading.

Performed by Luna Stage Company
At Luna Stage
Performances ran
Monday, March 3, 2003 thru Monday, March 3, 2003