Charlotte Eagar and the Syria Trojan Women Project

At Spear’s, I got to meet fascinating people from every field, but especially in philanthropy, which is a thriving and innovative world tackling dearth and despair. One of the most exciting I met was Charlotte Eagar, who had brought together a troupe of female Syrian refugees in Jordan to perform Euripides’ tragedy of the horrendous cost of war, The Trojan Women.

Both drama and drama therapy, the play has had a fascinating effect on the Syrian women and on Charlotte herself. The interview is here and the PDF is here.

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