A Man’s Medea
> 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.