BLEEP MAGAZINE INTERVIEW

"when someone breaks the rules and when they do it well, people will want to know how. Not to mention the timelessness of what is being told: values, status, social-political justice, love. If we were to put Orpheus and Eurydice in today’s secular world, their home might as well be a Syria and Hadestown might as well be a Europe."

NABIYAH BE

THE NEW YORK TIMES

"Ms. Be’s Eurydice has a luminous beauty that makes Orpheus’s quick fall quite believable, and her singing is equally spellbinding. She also imbues the character with a transparent innocence that makes Eurydice’s susceptibility to doubt and seduction palpably believable.”  

CHARLES ISHERWOOD