Medea NYC Reviews and Tickets

(3 Reviews)
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Great acting, Funny, Exquisite, Riveting, Intense

About the Show

La Mama and Teatro Patologico, the Drama Academy for differently abled children, present an ancient Greek tragedy by Euripides, in which an angry betrayed wife is furious at her husband, Jason.

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90 Reviews | 15 Followers
Great acting, Riveting, Intense

See it if you know the story of Medea but are looking for a new version of it. This show is very original in its adapatation.

Don't see it if You don't know the story or aren't a fan of experimental theatre.

6 Reviews | 1 Follower
Intelligent, spare, deep, modern, horrifying

See it if you want to see deep themes of theater, humanity, and madness played out in todays voices. A tragedy you can't look away from.

Don't see it if your stomach clenches at slow moving train wrecks. It's hard to believe and impossible to reconcile; and, yet .....

3 Reviews | 0 Followers
Great acting, Funny, Great staging, Great writing, Exquisite

See it if If you love Tyler Perry

Don't see it if If you aren't a comedy or Tyler Perry fan

Critic Reviews (2)

New York Theatre Review
October 14th, 2015

"Despite these points of presentation the sheer exertion of emotional power the performers wield in 'Medea,' and the consistently ingenious simplicity of their staging renders this evening a unique and exciting achievement."
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A Younger Theatre
June 2nd, 2013
For a previous production

"Though not exactly seamless, the professional actors and the chorus collaborate well, with neither part seeming more or less important...Composed of disparate elements – sometimes clashing, sometimes blending beautifully – and held together by effort and passion, this production is sure to inspire mixed feelings. Yet it is motivated by the commitment and good intentions to create a compelling and truly unique piece of theatre."
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