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.
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 .....
"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."
"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."