Critically acclaimed Vox Medusa with Infiammati FireCircus breathes new life into this time honored dilemma with their EURYDICE. EURYDICE is a three-night outdoor production forged in music, dance, fire, and video and film environments set at the beautiful Target Stage on Harriet Island on the banks of the Mississippi in St. Paul.
What, or who would you sacrifice to achieve eternal greatness?
EURYDICE is a reimagining of the Orpheus myth from his mysterious wife’s viewpoint of her harrowing journey. Follow Eurydice’s epic odyssey over land and sea, through true love, death and a fiery underworld in order to discover herself not just as a muse of Orpheus, but as her own inspiration for rebirth.
EURYDICE is a collaborative creation born of Vox Medusa’s provocative contemporary dance choreographed by Kristin Freya, powerful original electronic music by Jeremy Christensen and moving vocal score by Emily Colay, potent spoken word by Desdamona Ross, breathtaking fire performance of Infiammati FireCircus choreographed by Rah Diavola, stunning video environments and dynamic light design by Tony Biele and cinematic film debut by Jeremy Christensen and Vox Medusa.
Show Dates and Times:
Friday, July 16 at 9:00pm
Saturday, July 17 at 9:00pm
Sunday July 18 at 9:00pm
Doors open at 8:30pm each night for check-in at the ticket table to find your seating area.
Pre-sale Eventbrite tickets: $15 adult, $10 ages 12 and under.
Eventbrite pre-sale ends at 5:00pm each day of the show.
Day of show tickets can be purchased at Target Stage, $20 day of show for all ages.
Social Distanced Outdoor Seating
Ample audience area for socially distanced seating is available on both flat ground for chairs and raked hillside for blanket seating. Please note: All audiences should bring their own blankets or camp chairs for personal seating.
Parking and Restrooms
Two ample parking lots are located next to the Target Stage. Restrooms in close walking distance.