In Agamemnon, the war has ended -- but the drama is just beginning. After ten years of battle, Troy finally falls and the Greeks can return home, victorious. But the homecoming will be bittersweet (or perhaps just bitter) for the Greek commander Agamemnon. After all, it was Agamemnon who sacrificed his own daughter to ensure Greek war ships could sail speedily to Troy in the first place. Now, back in his native kingdom of Argos, his wife Clytemnestra awaits his arrival, ready to avenge her daughter's death and pave the way for her own future. Experience this ancient tale anew thanks to a glorious new translation from Nicholas Rudall, the world famous classicist and founding director of the Court Theatre. Actors Sandra Marquez (Clytemnestra) and Mark Montgomery (Agamemnon) return in the second installment of the Theatre's groundbreaking Greek Cycle.