Tag Archives: Headlong Theatre

Medea, Richmond Theatre, November 2012

In the original Greek play by Euripides, Medea is a barbarian princess brought to Corinth by Jason as his wife. After he leaves her to marry the daughter of Creon, king of Corinth, her sexual and vengeful energy finds a way to burn up those holding power over the civilization she finds herself in. In this modern tragic-comic …

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Salome, by Oscar Wilde, Richmond Theatre, May 2010

Everything is played at top intensity, but I would have preferred the introspective moments to be taken more calmly.

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