A Man’s Medea

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> Ep­i­dau­rus > June 30 & July 1

Three male performers ques­tion, re-ex­am­ine and at­tempt to pro­vide an­swers to the leg­end of Euripi­des’ Medea from a male per­spec­tive in a per­for­mance at the Lit­tle The­ater of An­cient Ep­i­dau­rus di­rected by Dim­itris Karantzas and star­ring Gior­gos Gal­los (Medea), Chris­tos Loulis (Ja­son, Creon, Tu­tor, Aegeus) and Michalis Saran­tis (Cho­rus, Mes­sen­ger, Nurse). The per­for­mance, in Greek with English sur­titles, at­tempts to break the tragedy down into its com­po­nent parts to ex­am­ine the Medea co­nun­drum. Starts at 9.30 p.m. To find out about tick­ets and how to get to Ep­i­dau­rus, visit www.greek­fes­ti­val.gr.

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