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Class 5b play 'Into The Labyrinth'

Thesus, a young boy from Troizen, sets out on a journey to find his father and become a man. On the way, he comes across many obstacles, kills man-eating giants and outwits an evil Queen. But, at his father's palace, he is sacrificed to the Bull-dance, a dance created to honour Poseidon, God of the Ocean. Together with the other bull-dancers he sails to Crete, an island surrounded by many Myths and Mysteries where the bull-dance is held. But when he arrives, the people of Crete are having troubles of their own. The evil King Minos has usurped the throne and has been feeding past bull-dancers to the bloodthirsty Minotaur in the heart of the labyrinth. Now Thesus must go into the labyrinth and face the Minotaur. Even with the help of princess Ariadne, he still might not bring peace to Crete and defeat the Minotaur, or will he? By Isla and Corben.