A new version of the tragedy by Euripides.
A jealous wife and mother, Two innocent children,
A philandering husband, A house,
A startling modern epic,
If only it never happened like this…
A new interpretation of Euripedes' classic presents it as a contemporary domestic drama. A shockingly modern story of a man and a woman caught in the nets of jealously and destructive love.
In the original production different child actors played the roles of Medea's sons on alternate nights.
11 September 2010
Performed as part of the 2010 ABSOLUT Dublin Fringe Festival.
Produced by Siren Productions
Samuel Beckett Theatre
Medea/ A New Translation by Robin Robertson
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c/o Blue Flower ArtsPO Box 1361, Millbrook New York USA
The information for this entry was taken from the original production programme.
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