The Medea Of Euripides
Carnegie Library Of Pittsburgh (Hill District)
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Experience a staged reading on the classic Greek play as interpreted by African-American poet Countée Cullen (1903-1946).
Originally written and staged in 431 BCE, "Medea" is the tale of a woman scorned and the horrifying revenge she executes upon the publicly heroic lover who abandoned her. There will be a question-and-answer session after the performance with the director and cast.
Admission is free. Presented by Demaskus Theater, a collective of service-oriented artists and administrators seeking to make known the messages of the marginalized through quality theatrical productions and presentations. For more information, call (412) 608-9767.
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