At approximately 265,000 words in length, adapting James Joyce's hefty modernist masterpiece is as epic a feat as reading the novel itself. On the surface, Ulysses chronicles a seemingly ordinary day in the life of Dubliner Leopold Bloom. But at its core, the human experience is carefully unraveled, examining entire scopes of life through love, grief, drinking, jealousy, more drinking and death. Directed by Aileen McGroddy, this production from The Plagiarists breathes new life to the infamously knotted text, presenting a raucous and very human comedy that is perfect for experienced Joyceans and newcomers alike.
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