rehearsing Sophocles Nausicaä

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Poseidon vs. Odysseus

“Poseidon god of the earthquake launched a colossal wave,
terrible, murderous, arching over him, pounding down on him,
hard as a windstorm blasting piles of dry parched chaff,
scattering flying husks…”
The Odyssey, trans. Robert Fagles

Sophocles Nausicaä rehearsal
with The Chocolate Heads
in Stanford Theater and Performance Studies
Prosser Studio