Medea by Euripides

Medea by Euripides
Event on 2017-07-07 21:00:00

International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama

The Mikhail Chekhov Riga Russian Theatre (RRT), one of the oldest Russian theatres in the world outside Russia, founded in 1883, presents Medea by Euripides, directed by Vladislav Nastavšev, one of Latvia’s most prominent directors and composers.

In this masterly tragedy, which deals with the last act of the passionate affair between Jason and Medea, Jason decides to abandon his wife in order to marry the daughter of the king of Corinth. Medea takes the cruelest revenge: she kills their two children. With Medea, which combines moral complexity with overwhelming emotional impact, Euripides has succeeded in creating not only one of the most powerful figures in all Greek literature, but also one of its greatest tragic dramas. The fascination of bright, sharp and passionate myths has not been fading for more than two thousand years.

Translated by Innocenty Annensky
Directed by Vladislav Nastavšev
Set Design/Music Composition: Vladislav Nastavšev
Costumes: Rūta Kuplā
Lighting: Oskars Pauliņš

Medea: Guna Zariņa
Jason: Mikhail Troynik
Creon :Igors Čerņavskis
Messenger: Maksims Busels
Children: Andrejs Graņenko, Arjē Ļermans

▪ With Greek and English surtitles

Tickets sales at:
▪ SOEASY Kiosks in all cities,
▪ Musical Paradise shops,
▪ TIME OUT Kiosk in Paphos,
▪ In N Out Kiosk in Paralimni
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Tickets prices:
€10 │ €5 (Students, Senior Citizens, National Guard, Citizens with unemployment benefits). Free admission to persons with disabilities. Please show proof at ticket gate.

Info: 70002414 │

Performances start at 21:00

Spectators attending performances at Curium Ancient Theatre are advised to arrive at least 45 minutes before the performance. Cars must be parked at St. Hermogenes and spectators will be transported to the theatre by buses. The last bus route from St. Hermogenes to the theatre departs at 20:45.

at Curium Ancient Theater

Episkopi, Cyprus

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