'Medea got some issues'

'Medea got some issues'

Medea's Got Some Issues is both a madcap parody and a tribute to Euripides' classic tragedy.

Ana Asensio stars in the North American English premiere of this one-woman show by Madrid's native, award-winning playwright Emilio Williams.

More than 2,400 years after the world premiere of her tragedy, Medea finally presents, with no inhibitions, all the mitigating factors surrounding her infamous case: from the sexual haste of her husband Jason, who is leaving her for a younger princess, to the overwhelmingly misogynistic and anti-immigration sentiments pervasive in their new hometown, Corinth.

Medea's got some issues, written by Spanish playwright Emilio Williams and performed by Ana Asensio, will premiere at KGB -The Red Room Theatre on Wednesday October 19th at 8pm. Additional performances will be held Wednesdays on October 26th, November 2nd and November 9th at 6:30pm and 8:30pm.

Tickets available for purchase at the door for $18 ($15 students and seniors) and online for $15.

  • Performing arts
  • New York
  • Oct 19, 2011Nov 9, 2011


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