Before the Saturday, February 25 evening performance of Metamorphoses, join Christopher Frizzelle for a spine-tingling story and listen to a track by composer Adam Haws in the Poncho.
Of all the ancient myths that the FrizzLit book club encountered while reading Ovid’s Metamorphoses in the summer of 2021, one in particular stood out. It was a story involving gods in disguise, romantic love, good luck, good food, and trees. At this pre-show event for Seattle Rep’s production of Metamorphoses, Christopher Frizzelle (the founder of FrizzLit and the leader of its book club) will share a spine-tingling story about how reality and myth blended together while the book club read this story. Then we will hear an original piece of music by local composer Adam Haws inspired by this story of gods in disguise — easily Ovid’s most beautiful myth.