“Trojan Women and An Evening with the Wolf”

Two wonderful events are taking place in Sacramento at the R25 Complex in midtown Sacramento this month. One event features an evening about one of our planet’s endangered species and the second event is play that takes us back to ancient Greece.


Our first guest will be talking about “Call of the Wolf”, an evening focused on this endangered species. According to the California Stage website this event features 3 min-events in one. The first part of the evening will feature a journey with the wolf through dance, music and poetry with The Ecokinesis Dance Company and Crane Culture Theater. The second part of the evening includes Story-teller, Tom Wade talking about “Myths and legends of the Wolf”. The last part of the evening will include lectures on “The Science and politics of the Wolf” with Dr. Mark Rockwell, Endangered Species Coalition and Pamela Flick from the Defenders of Wildlife. This special evening takes place on Friday, January 10tha t 7pm.








LiveWire! is happy to welcome back guests from Resurrection Theatre. They will be on the show to talk about the upcoming play “Trojan Women” by Seneca and adapted by Howard Colyer. This play takes you back to Ancient Greece just after the fall of Troy. The play focuses on the fate of the women of Troy. We will get a sneak preview of a scene with actors Jason Vitaich, who plays a Greek soldier and Mark Urquhart, who plays the Greek god, Ulysses. The play opens on January 17th and runs through February 15th.

For more information about “Trojan Women” you can log on to www.ResurrectionTheatre.com

Both events will take place at the R25 Complex in midtown. You can call (916) 451-5822 for more information.

Tune in to LiveWire! on Wednesday, January 8th at 5pm on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online at www.AccessSacramento .org at the same time is airs. An encore presentation will air on the following Thursday evening at 7:30 pm.