First performed in 431bc, Euripides' Medea is, on one level, a classical Greek tragedy about a wife who goes to extraordinary lengths to punish her unfaithful husband. Yet there are many levels worth exploring in this tale of revenge and justice, and our talented ensemble promises to take you on a thought-provoking journey.
Directed by Stephen Haley
Free and open to the public.
NOTE: Please be aware that this is a Greek Tragedy dealing with difficult themes. Viewer discretion may be advised. Follow the Theater in the Open flags from the Maudslay parking lot. Allow ten minutes to stroll to the site and $5 for parking ($10 for out of state vehicles).