MEDEA : A Radical New Version from the Perspective of the Children Paperback / softback
by Kate Mulvany
Two boys are playing a game. They fight, they laugh, they jump up and down, they play dead.
Downstairs, their parents - Medea and Jason - are arguing.
As the shouting gets louder, their bedroom will no longer be able to protect them from the violence of the outside world.
Their iconic fate, at the hands of their mother, will ensure that they enter mythology as two of the most tragic siblings of all time.
Medea is presented in association with Belvoir, Sydney and directed by Anne-Louise Sarks whose original production of the play was highly critically acclaimed.
The production turns Euripides' classic tale on its head - presenting the tragedy from the children's perspective.
Medea was awarded five 2013 Sydney Theatre Awards including Best Direction, Best Mainstage Production and Best New Australian Work. It was also awarded a prestigious Australian Writers Guild Award for Best Stage Play and nominated for four 2013 Helpmann Awards including Best Direction, Best New Australian Work and Best Play.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 64 pages
- Publisher: Oberon Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 30/10/2015
- Category: Plays, playscripts
- ISBN: 9781783193035
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