Medea (1975)

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Poster by Poster Designer

by Euripides

Directed by Malcolm Archer

Performances: Sat 19th – Sun 20th July 1975, Prompt Corner


Medea - the story of that prince's horrible revenge for the infidelity of Jason, the hero of the Argonaught, is Euripodes' earliest surviving play, and one of the oldest melodramas. An Ancient Greek comedy on women's liberation and the basic superiority of the female sex. (from Prompt corner July 1975 programme).



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Medea (2003)



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