Eurydice's life in production began with a workshop at Brown University's New Play Festival in 2001; another workshop at the Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis ran later that year. In 2003, the play premiered at Madison Repertory Theatre, and in 2004, a production at Berkeley Rep followed, directed by long-time Ruhl collaborator Les Waters.

A summary of dramatic events does little to capture Eurydice’s essence, which unfolds through stylized language and images. Ruhl’s characters often process the world in metaphor, existing outside the bounds of ‘natural, everyday’ speech and

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