MEDEA'S GOT SOME ISSUES at Capital Fringe Festival, 7/11 - 7/27
An irreverent and madcap dark comedy inspired by the classic tragedy, Medea's Got Some Issues is the English version of the hit parody from Spain.
No Rules Theatre Company and SPAIN arts & culture present the funniest tragedy this side of Athens! In the DC premiere of Spanish playwright Emilio Williams' award-winning farce, Lisa Hodsoll delivers a side-splitting take on the infamous Greek myth while playing seven characters in an acting tour de force. Finally! We get Medea's uncensored side of the story: the whirlwind romance that drove her to murder her children, the tragedy that is modern theater, and the portrayal of women in the age of Rihanna and JLaw. Medea: Killing it on stage since 431 BC.
This special presentation follows the successful series New Plays from Spain, devoted to presenting staged readings of Spanish playwrights recently translated into English, in collaboration with U.S. theatre companies.
The showtimes for this performance are as follows:
Friday July 11 at 10:15 pm
Tuesday July 15 at 6 pm.
Saturday July 19 at 12:30 pm.
Friday July 25 at 8 pm (*ASL interpreted show)
Sunday July 27 at 2:15 pm.
Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased by clicking here. All performances are at the Warehouse (645 New York Ave NW, Washington DC).
This production is presented as a part of the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival, a program of the Washington, DC non-profit Capital Fringe.