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Acting company turns to classic Euripides play

Antwaun Sims is Menelaus and Kat Broadus is Helen in a scene from the Classical Theater Guild production of “The Trojan Women,” opening Friday at the troupe’s new performance venue at 137 State St. in Schenectady. (Khalid Nixon)
Antwaun Sims is Menelaus and Kat Broadus is Helen in a scene from the Classical Theater Guild production of “The Trojan Women,” opening Friday at the troupe’s new performance venue at 137 State St. in Schenectady. (Khalid Nixon)
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Kat Broadus loves working with artists such as Shakespeare and others like him; writers whose material has withstood the test of time. Falling into that category for Broadus is the ancient Greek playwright Euripides, who first produced “The Trojan Women” in 415 B.C. The Classic Theater Guild and Broadus will offer their take on the classic Greek work over the next two weekends at its new performance space at 137 State St. in Schenectady. Broadus ...

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