Translation by Philip Vellacott
Adaptation by Linda Hardy
Disturbing yet powerful, this Greek tragedy of betrayal and revenge chronicles the passionate story of Medea, a woman whose love ultimately leads to her destruction. Based on the myth of Jason and Medea, it was first produced in 431 BCE and continues to impact audiences today.
Read interview with John Mills-Cockell and Adrian Chamberlain in Times Colonist article.
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Performed in the Chief Dan George Theatre
Cast & Creative
Director: Linda Hardy
Composer, Music Director: John Mills-Cockell
Choreography: Kaz Piesowocki
Set Design: Nathan Brown
Costume Design: Hannah Matiachuk, Rene Linares, Caroline Hearn-Kehoe
Lighting Design: Amanda Gougeon
Stage Manager: Chris Sibbald
FREE Pre-Show lecture: March 20 @ 7 pm
Join Associate Professor Ingrid E. Holmberg from UVic’s Department of Greek and Roman Studies for a lecture entitled “Medea: From Ancient Myth to Modern Production.” Read more about the lecture in a Times Colonist article.
Scenes of violence and domestic abuse.
Suitable for ages 15+