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Double Review: The Medea Project


Based on the play of 400 B.C., The Medea Project uses real women’s stories to create a modern Greek chorus. Ebony explains the background story and The Medea Project’s interpretation of infanticide as post-natal depression, whilst Vanessa ponders the play’s deeper questions and the mood of the piece, directed by Perri Cummings and performed by Kristina Benton, Sally McLean and Hannah Gott. The Medea Project showed at the Brunswick Arts Space from November 25 – 28.


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