"Medea," by Euripides

Performances from Nov 05, 07:30 pm -
A new translation by Diane J. Rayor Directed by Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson Power, revenge, gender, and passion swirl and drive this famous story toward its legendary ending. First performed in 431BC, the characters in MEDEA are as universal as they are unforgettable. Euripides' masterpiece lands on audience members with a new degree of clarity and unending momentum in this exciting new translation by Diane J. Rayor. Tickets: https://www.uis.edu/theatre/theatre-productions/tickets

"Medea," by Euripides

Performances from Nov 04, 07:30 pm -
A new translation by Diane J. Rayor Directed by Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson Power, revenge, gender, and passion swirl and drive this famous story toward its legendary ending. First performed in 431BC, the characters in MEDEA are as universal as they are unforgettable. Euripides' masterpiece lands on audience members with a new degree of clarity and unending momentum in this exciting new translation by Diane J. Rayor. Tickets: https://www.uis.edu/theatre/theatre-productions/tickets

"Medea," by Euripides (with post-show discussion)

Performances from Nov 03, 07:30 pm -
A new translation by Diane J. Rayor Directed by Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson Power, revenge, gender, and passion swirl and drive this famous story toward its legendary ending. First performed in 431BC, the characters in MEDEA are as universal as they are unforgettable. Euripides' masterpiece lands on audience members with a new degree of clarity and unending momentum in this exciting new translation by Diane J. Rayor. UIS Theatre will hold a post-show discussion after this performance…

"Medea," by Euripides

Performances from Oct 30, 02:00 pm -
A new translation by Diane J. Rayor Directed by Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson Power, revenge, gender, and passion swirl and drive this famous story toward its legendary ending. First performed in 431BC, the characters in MEDEA are as universal as they are unforgettable. Euripides' masterpiece lands on audience members with a new degree of clarity and unending momentum in this exciting new translation by Diane J. Rayor. Tickets: https://www.uis.edu/theatre/theatre-productions/tickets

"Medea," by Euripides

Performances from Oct 29, 07:30 pm -
A new translation by Diane J. Rayor Directed by Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson Power, revenge, gender, and passion swirl and drive this famous story toward its legendary ending. First performed in 431BC, the characters in MEDEA are as universal as they are unforgettable. Euripides' masterpiece lands on audience members with a new degree of clarity and unending momentum in this exciting new translation by Diane J. Rayor. Tickets: https://www.uis.edu/theatre/theatre-productions/tickets

"Medea," by Euripides

Performances from Oct 28, 07:30 pm -
A new translation by Diane J. Rayor Directed by Eric Thibodeaux-Thompson Power, revenge, gender, and passion swirl and drive this famous story toward its legendary ending. First performed in 431BC, the characters in MEDEA are as universal as they are unforgettable. Euripides' masterpiece lands on audience members with a new degree of clarity and unending momentum in this exciting new translation by Diane J. Rayor. Tickets: https://www.uis.edu/theatre/theatre-productions/tickets