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UGA Theatre Presents: Alcestis

UGA Miller Learning Center 48 Baxter St., Athens, GA

Through the trickery of the god Apollo, King Admetus is spared the fate of death, but with a catch: someone must take his place. With no one willing to accept the sacrifice, his loyal wife Alcestis answers the call. What follows is a satirical tragicomedy that questions the viewers’ relationship with life, death and love from a uniquely modern perspective. Oct. 7–9, 12–15, and 17, 6 p.m. $12–16. www.ugatheatre.com

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UGA Theatre Presents: Alcestis

UGA Miller Learning Center 48 Baxter St., Athens, GA

Through the trickery of the god Apollo, King Admetus is spared the fate of death, but with a catch: someone must take his place. With no one willing to accept the sacrifice, his loyal wife Alcestis answers the call. What follows is a satirical tragicomedy that questions the viewers’ relationship with life, death and love from a uniquely modern perspective. Oct. 7–9, 12–15, and 17, 6 p.m. $12–16. www.ugatheatre.com

Recurring

UGA Theatre Presents: Alcestis

UGA Miller Learning Center 48 Baxter St., Athens, GA

Through the trickery of the god Apollo, King Admetus is spared the fate of death, but with a catch: someone must take his place. With no one willing to accept the sacrifice, his loyal wife Alcestis answers the call. What follows is a satirical tragicomedy that questions the viewers’ relationship with life, death and love from a uniquely modern perspective. Oct. 7–9, 12–15, and 17, 6 p.m. $12–16. www.ugatheatre.com

Recurring

UGA Theatre Presents: Alcestis

UGA Miller Learning Center 48 Baxter St., Athens, GA

Through the trickery of the god Apollo, King Admetus is spared the fate of death, but with a catch: someone must take his place. With no one willing to accept the sacrifice, his loyal wife Alcestis answers the call. What follows is a satirical tragicomedy that questions the viewers’ relationship with life, death and love from a uniquely modern perspective. Oct. 7–9, 12–15, and 17, 6 p.m. $12–16. www.ugatheatre.com

Recurring

UGA Theatre Presents: Alcestis

UGA Miller Learning Center 48 Baxter St., Athens, GA

Through the trickery of the god Apollo, King Admetus is spared the fate of death, but with a catch: someone must take his place. With no one willing to accept the sacrifice, his loyal wife Alcestis answers the call. What follows is a satirical tragicomedy that questions the viewers’ relationship with life, death and love from a uniquely modern perspective. Oct. 7–9, 12–15, and 17, 6 p.m. $12–16. www.ugatheatre.com

Recurring

UGA Theatre Presents: Alcestis

UGA Miller Learning Center 48 Baxter St., Athens, GA

Through the trickery of the god Apollo, King Admetus is spared the fate of death, but with a catch: someone must take his place. With no one willing to accept the sacrifice, his loyal wife Alcestis answers the call. What follows is a satirical tragicomedy that questions the viewers’ relationship with life, death and love from a uniquely modern perspective. Oct. 7–9, 12–15, and 17, 6 p.m. $12–16. www.ugatheatre.com

Recurring

UGA Theatre Presents: Alcestis

UGA Miller Learning Center 48 Baxter St., Athens, GA

Through the trickery of the god Apollo, King Admetus is spared the fate of death, but with a catch: someone must take his place. With no one willing to accept the sacrifice, his loyal wife Alcestis answers the call. What follows is a satirical tragicomedy that questions the viewers’ relationship with life, death and love from a uniquely modern perspective. Oct. 7–9, 12–15, and 17, 6 p.m. $12–16. www.ugatheatre.com

Recurring

UGA Theatre Presents: Alcestis

UGA Miller Learning Center 48 Baxter St., Athens, GA

Through the trickery of the god Apollo, King Admetus is spared the fate of death, but with a catch: someone must take his place. With no one willing to accept the sacrifice, his loyal wife Alcestis answers the call. What follows is a satirical tragicomedy that questions the viewers’ relationship with life, death and love from a uniquely modern perspective. Oct. 7–9, 12–15, and 17, 6 p.m. $12–16. www.ugatheatre.com