by J. M. Synge

In a small house in the midst of a forest lives the most beautiful woman in the world. A prophecy has foretold that she will be the downfall of any man who loves her. Seeking both to avert disaster and to keep her for himself, the king keeps her imprisoned in the wilderness - until a young man arrives and sets fate in motion.
Deirdre of the Sorrows is the last play of John Millington Synge, better known for his controversial Playboy of the Western World. It was unfinished at his death in 1909, and completed by his friend W. B. Yeats and his fiancee, Molly Allgood. The material is taken from an ancient Irish myth, Longes mac nUislenn, Exile of the Sons of Uisna.
Contact the Show
March 24 at 8:00pm
March 25 at 8:00pm
March 26 at 2:00pm
March 26 at 8:00pm
@ Calhoun Cabaret
Show no longer running
Patrons should arrive at the theater 15 minutes before the performance to claim their reservation. At the scheduled performance time, patrons will be let in off of the waitlist based on when they signed up on the YDC website. Patrons with reservations arriving after this time will be treated as if they are at the top of the waitlist. Please see the full policy here.
Production Staff
DirectorSam Lasman
ProducerCharlie Croom
Stage ManagerKatharine Konietzko
Technical DirectorRachel Lipstein
Lighting DesignerAmelia Urry
Sound DesignerKeri Klick
Set DesignerPeregrine Heard
Costume DesignerAntonia Czinger
Props MasterMaggie Ditre
MusicianLiv Coates
Assistant DirectorKatharine Konietzko