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Eloisa & Abelard

“What Happens in the Middle Ages . . . stays in the Middle Ages.”

Eloisa and Abelard is based on the story of an ill-fated pair of French lovers – and the hapless gods who put them up to it. The Archangel Gabriel and Goddess Venus, nominated by their fellow immortals to settle a longstanding bet between the classical and Christian gods, propose a game of temptation. Gabriel creates Abelard, a scholar of philosophy and ethics, to live the life of a true Christian, while Venus creates Eloisa, his precocious and nubile young pupil, as an attempt to sway him from that noble path.

Crew

Sarah Neville – Director
Cat Cardwell – Stage Manager
Written by Michael Meeuwis

Run Dates

Jun 8, 2012 - Jun 23, 2012

@ The Irvington Lodge
5515 E Washington Street,
Indianapolis, 46219

June 8th & 9th, 15th & 16th,
22nd & 23rd
Friday evenings @ 8.00
Saturday evenings @ 7.30 & 10.00

Recommended for audiences 13+

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