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Thunder River's Eurydice haunts audiences with a powerful, poignant whimsy

 The titular character in joyful dance with her father, Apollo.
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The titular character in joyful dance with her father, Apollo.

People often shy away from tragic narratives, worried they won’t feel transported the way they might while viewing, say, a comedy. In the case of Thunder River Theatre’s Eurydice, director Missy Moore hopes that audiences will be swept away by the story. She describes this adaptation as a “paint by numbers” show, with many of the storytelling decisions left up to the team involved. KDNK’s Hattison Rensberry has more.

Hattison Rensberry grew up in Rifle, CO and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design and Drawing at the University of Northern Colorado. She comes to KDNK as reporter and host after working on the design-side of news for the past three years. Hattie does theater locally, photography, needlecrafts, and also provides Editorial Design for the Sopris Sun. Tea>Coffee