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Medea, Gate Theatre

Originally written for Exeunt.

“They were here,” insists one of Medea and Jason’s two ill-fated sons. “They existed.” He’s talking about mammoths, a disputed answer in the boys’ animal game. 624 more words

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Review: Medea @ The Almeida

Rupert Goold’s Greek season at the Almeida has undoubtedly been a theatrical highlight of 2015. First, we had Robert Icke’s ferocious adaptation of Aeschylus’ Oresteia. Then, it was Ben Whishaw in Anne Carson’s update of Euripides’ Bakkae. 585 more words


AYT: THEATRE REVIEW: Medea, Gate Theatre

Originally published on A Younger Theatre

In the last year or so, London has welcomed a flurry of Greek drama to its stages; while the Almeida Theatre most notably offered its… 611 more words



I finally completed my Almeida Greeks trilogy when I saw Rupert Goold’s new production of Medea. Like the two previous plays in the season, it’s a fairly radical new version of Euripides’ classic; a loose adaptation rather than a close interpretation. 324 more words


Despite inconsistent tone, Red House's Medea features strong performances

Who: The RedHouse Arts Center

Where: 201 S. West Street Syracuse, NY 13202

When: Oct. 29 – Nov. 7

Euripides’ “Medea” opened at The Red House Arts Center on Thursday, Oct. 527 more words


Medea, Medea, Medea! Gate Theatre Podcast

We’ve had a LOT of Medea in London recently. After big productions at the National Theatre and the Almeida, and now Gate Theatre in Notting Hill present us with a new production in conjunction with  176 more words