'Medea's Got Some Issues' by Emilio Williams

'Medea's Got Some Issues' by Emilio Williams

A madcap parody of the classic Medea featured by United Solo.

More than 2,400 years after the premiere of the myth, Medea's Got Some Issues presents, without inhibitions, the mitigating and sordid factors surrounding Medea’s infamous case: From the sexual haste of her husband, Jason, to the misogynistic and xenophobic environment of classical Corinth. The play is both a madcap parody and a tribute to Euripides' classic tragedy.

Medea's Got Some Issues opened in Madrid, Spain, in June 2010 to sold-out audiences. Last year, Ana Asensio decided to bring Emilio Williams' play to NY. I’ve been a fan of his work since his first play opened in Madrid in 2007, explains Asensio.

Now, United Solo, the world’s largest solo theatre festival, has selected this play to be part of its 2012 edition.

Actress Ana Asensio presents the English version of Medea’s Got Some Issues written by Spanish Award-winning playwright Emilio Williams.

Buy tickets online ($18) or at the Theatre Row Box Office.

  • Performing arts
  • New York
  • Oct 12, 2012
  • 07:30 pm


Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036

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