A beautifully theatrical fable, "Eurydice" is a retelling of the Orpheus myth through the eyes of the heroine. When Eurydice dies too young, she is faced with the heart-wrenching decision between remaining in Hades with her father or returning to earth to be reunited with her husband. Journey to a world between modern and myth, where the Lord of the Underworld travels on a tricycle and stones talk. Sarah Ruhl’s play, heralded by "The New York Times" as “rhapsodically beautiful,” explores whether lost love is better remembered or forgotten.