Tragedy in time − Timeless tragedy
As a literary form, tragedy flourished in ancien Greece during the 5th century BCE. Over a thousand plays were written and performed and the  majority have been lost. The texts that survive have taken various forms throughout history and continue to play an influental role across the world today. Tragedy is, thus, timeless. This online exhibition explores tragedy that has travelled to the stages of Finland. It highlights four decades of tragic interpretations, from the 1980s to 2013.

Theatre Museum

Exhibitions are open
Tue−Sun 11am−6pm, Wed 11am−8pm
Exceptions to the opening hours
Entrance fees: 5/8 eur, HC accepted
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Tallberginkatu 1 G, 00180 Helsinki, Finland
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