In this trilogy of plays (if you’re quick you can see them all!), Stephen Fry takes to the stage in the company of the Greek gods, heroes and men whose gripping tales still echo today. Laugh-out loud funny, mind-blowing and often personal, Mythos is a once-in-a-lifetime experience with the icon himself.
Stephen Fry. Photo by David Cooper. Creative by Key Gordon. Courtesy of the Shaw Festival.
From the first syllable of the first sentence, he has the audience eating out of his hand.- Buffalo News
Fry’s cleverness and wit truly shine through.- broadwayworld.com
Fry divides his gripping tales of love and war, debauchery and revenge into three full-length shows as Men plunges us into the heat of the Trojan War – and Odysseus’s treacherous journey back home.
Fry divides his gripping tales of love and war, debauchery and revenge into three full-length shows as Heroes recounts the escapades of Perseus, Heracles and Theseus.
Fry divides his gripping tales of love and war, debauchery and revenge into three full-length shows as Gods takes us from primordial chaos to the creation of the dazzling Greek pantheon.
Originally Produced by The Shaw Festival
Directed by Tim Carroll
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Stephen Fry's solo trilogy offers a wise, witty romp through Greek mythology.- The Stage
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