June 7 – 29, 2013
by the Mobtown Players
directed by Melissa O’Brien and Caitlin Bouxsein
Euripides’ classic tale of betrayal, infidelity, and murder gets a makeover: old Hollywood style. A superstar struggles with the choice between embracing a new role as a revolutionary symbol or being cast into obscurity. A voracious, media-hungry, society sets the stage for a surreal re-imagining of the classic Greek play. Featuring original music, dynamic physical work, and heightened imagery, Medea exposes the dark reality of how we create idols.
Tickets are $15 General Admission and $12 Students and Seniors and are available via Brown Paper Tickets and at the door.
We are sorry, but we cannot accept credit cards at the door.
|July 5 – 6||Medea
June 7 – 29
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