The Trojan War Production History

June 2010
The first draft of the play is written, titled simply THE TROJAN WAR. It is intended for young audiences.

July 2010
The script is rewritten, employing more adult themes.

August 2010
The Inconceivable Theatre puts out a call for scripts. THE TROJAN WAR is submitted for consideration.

September 2010
THE TROJAN WAR is chosen to be featured in the mainstage season for the Inconceivable Theatre.

October 2010
The first reading of the script is held and revisions are underway. The Inconceivable Theatre announces its season. The second title, “Or How One Bad Apple Spoiled the World” is added.

January 2011
The second reading of the script is held and revisions are undertaken.

June 2011
The cast for THE TROJAN WAR, Or How One Bad Apple Spoiled the World is finalized. Tony Dobrowolski is named the director. Rehearsals begin.

August 2011
THE TROJAN WAR the World opens at the Apollo Theatre in Chicago.

September 2011
THE TROJAN WAR closes after a five-week run.

December 2011
The TYA version of THE TROJAN WAR is revised and given the title THE ABSOLUTELY (ALMOST) TRUE STORY OF THE TROJAN WAR.

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