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Medea

Medea

In the hands of political theatre-maker Rafael David Kohn, who has also adapted a new English-language version, this is not a straightforward victim-perpetrator scenario. In his analysis of the play, he points out that both Jason and Medea are descended from deity, according to Greek mythology both have committed atrocities before the events of this play and they do not feel bound by society’s rules. Deploying a traditional Greek chorus to connect with the crowd as collective commentator on the action, Rafael David Kohn puts the audience at the centre of the tragedy: they become helpless bystanders unable to stop the horrors unfolding.

It is not difficult to find the relevance of this piece today if we consider that a recent WHO report estimated that one billion children aged 2-17 years have experienced some form of violence or neglect in 2020. Brigitte Urhausen and Selam Tadese as the fated couple will lead an international cast in their exploration of this darkest of Greek classics.

Nützliche Informationen

Adresse

Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg
1 Rond-point Schuman
L-2525 LUXEMBOURG

Wann

Von Montag 14.03.2022 bis Montag 14.03.2033
20H00 - 21H00

Preise

Jeunes 8 €
Adultes 20 €

Karte

Medea in Bildern

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