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Medea

A play in one act.

As punishment for the slaughter of her two sons, Medea is compelled to wander throughout time with her companion and protagonist, Chorus, to perform her tragedy, again and again, so that audiences may understand the nature of her crime.

It's Greek tragedy - but probably not as you know it.

A bold new reimagining of Euripides's classical tragedy, adapted by Peter McGarry, directed by Patrick McConnell, and produced by Rotten Park Road.

This new adaptation was developed & produced in the North West and Midlands, August 2019, featuring Lynne Payne and Sophie Toland.

Read its review here.

For booking enquiries:

info@rottenparkroad.com