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New Clips Of Tom Hewitt In ANOTHER MEDEA

April 3
4:09 PM 2013

New Clips Of Tom Hewitt In ANOTHER MEDEABroadway regular Tom Hewitt steps into a new role as part of the provacative new production ANOTHER MEDEA, which plays its final two performances on April 7 and 9, and some arresting clips have just been released from the absorbing monodrama.

ANOTHER MEDEA was written and directed by Aaron Mark (of PATTI ISSUES fame) and features Hewitt in a triumphant solo performance as a prisoner with a penchant for drama and tragedy.

ANOTHER MEDEA is billed as such: "In ANOTHER MEDEA, we meet the incarcerated Marcus Sharp, a one time New York actor who recounts in gruesome detail how his obsessions with a man named Jason and the myth of Medea lead to horrific, unspeakable events. Writer-director Aaron Mark describes the eighty-minute monologue as 'Grand Guignol horror in the style of Spalding Gray'. Despite its cabaret setting, ANOTHER MEDEA is all spoken and is not for the faint of heart."

Hewitt and Mark previously collaborated on the forthcoming feature film COMMENTARY, also featuring Broadway regulars Chip Zien, Alison Fraser and more.

ANOTHER MEDEA plays April 7 and 9 at the Duplex Cabaret Theatre. More information is available here.

Check out clips from ANOTHER MEDEA below. WARNING: ADULT CONTENT!

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