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Queens Theatre Presents 'Ajax in Iraq'

November  20, 2014  8:00 PM  - 10:00 PMHadley Theater, Queens University of Charlotte Main Campus

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Admission at door (cash, check, or credit card):

  • $10 for general public
  • $5 for students

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The Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance presents 'Ajax in Iraq', a dynamic performance by Queens students, directed by Professor Jerry Colbert.

'Ajax in Iraq' explores the parallels between the mythological Greek warrior Ajax, and a US soldier serving in Iraq today.  It addresses the betrayal of superiors, the horrors of battle, and the service men and women who are forgotten when they come home from war.

Presented by the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance.

Show Times:

  • Thursday, November 20 at 8 p.m.
  • Friday, November 21 and Saturday November 22 at 8 p.m
  • Sunday, November 23 at 2 p.m.
  • Box Office opens an hour before the event.

The Hadley Theater is located on Queens' main campus at the back wing of Myers Park Traditional School, 2132 Radcliffe Ave.For more information, call 704-337-2213 or email tomkinsons@queens.edu

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