Outdoor performance: ‘Lysistrata’ takes on sex, war and feminism
Our recent performance of Aristophanes’ comedic play “Lysistrata” was featured in the Staten Island Advance.
Staten Island Shakespeare Theatre is not shying away from controversy this season.
The theater welcomes Aristophanes’ comedic play “Lysistrata” — a performance that shows how feminism, revolt and sexuality were handled in 411 B.C. — to their lineup this season. Beginning this weekend, the show takes place on the steps of The Staten Island Museum in Livingston.