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Arts & Culture
Theater for the New South Revives Ancient Greek 'Medea'
With a cast of nine, Director Blake Harris has set this production of Euripides's ‘Medea’ in the 1930′s during the Dust Bowl on a military base in America.
Written two thousand years ago, ‘Medea’ is a tragic tale full of love, hate, murder and mayhem. Here are the details from Theater for the New South’s press release:
by Euripides (trans. McLeish/Raphael)
DESCRIPTION: The timeless Greek tragedy, MEDEA, explores love, betrayal, and revenge in this sharp and experimental retelling.
WHEN: August 24, 25, 30, 31 & September 1, 2 at 7:30pm
WHERE: Tanner Hill Gallery
HOW: Purchase tickets online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/263645