Opening Wednesday, May 7
Arguably the most haunting character in all of Greek mythology, Medea, a foreigner, takes revenge against her husband and the society which scorns her, by killing her own children. Theatre Y consciously enters a new juncture to fearlessly reinterpret the known and the beloved with a bold, dangerous, and emotionally rich dreamvision of Euripides’ classic.
Opening May 7 at 7pm
Show runs May 8—June 1, 2014, Thursdays—Sundays at 7pm (except Thursday, May 15)
All performances are at Theatre Y, 2649 N. Francisco Ave in Chicago. Performance space located at St Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square.
$20 General Admission
$15 Students / Seniors
Group rates available
708.209.0183 or theatre-y.com or pay at the door