directed by Natalie Alvarez. scenography by David Vivian.
November 13, 14, 15, 2008 @ 7:30 p.m.
November 14, 2008 @ 11:30 a.m. Student Matinee
An ancient Greek tragedy crashes against the shores of modern life and lingers in televised ruins.
A riveting retelling of Euripides’ Medea set in a multi-media talk-show environment, with a musical guest appearance, live cameras, and haunting visual effects.
Backstage Workshop, Performance, and Talk-Back Package:
Student groups can book a Medea field-trip package that begins with a pre-show workshop led by members of the Medea creative team, faculty, and students of the Department of Dramatic Art’s Drama in Education and Society Stream.
see here for more information: Medea Field Trip package (PDF)
Medea Teaching Module:
A series of thematic topics followed by discussion questions and exercises that high school teachers may use in preparation for their field trip to the Department of Dramatic Art’s production of Medea.
download here: Medea Workshop (PDF)
Medea promo for students (PDF file)
Watch the slideshow for Medea featuring images from the production and narration provided by Natalie Alvarez, the Director of Medea:
Listen to the Director of Medea, Natalie Alvarez, introduce you to the show: