MEDEA, MEDEA

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Created by artistic director Maria Lexa and 12 performers from Quonga Teater Netværk in Aarhus, Denmark, features theatre, dance, masks, large puppets, and live music. The piece is based on a text collage by Swedish writer, Kjerstin Norén, and includes classic texts from Euripides, as well as modern texts, which connect the Medea story to themes of domestic violence and the fate of immigrants. Through powerful drama and strong visual images, the piece culminates in the main character's redemption, creating a new vision of the traditional Greek myth of Medea.

 

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