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Medea’s Got Some Issues at the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival

Medea's Got Some Issues PR 1500 x 2100 with type croppedCome see the funniest tragedy this side of Athens!

If you’re in DC this summer, you simply HAVE to come see the show I’m producing with No Rules Theatre Co: Medea’s Got Some Issues, by Spanish playwright Emilio Williams.

This is the DC premiere of an award-winning, side-splitting take on the infamous Greek myth, in which exiled Medea avenges her lover’s abandonment by killing their children. It stars Lisa Hodsoll as seven characters in an acting tour de force. Joshua Morgan directs.

I got to see Lisa read this role last fall as part of the New Plays from Spain series, and like the rest of the packed house I was completely blown away. She masters hilarious and heartbreaking – and delivers both within seconds of each other. I am SO excited to work with her and with the whole No Rules team on this full production.

We are co-presenting Medea’s Got Some Issues with SPAIN arts & culture, which is organized in part by the Embassy of Spain’s Cultural Office.

Here’s the rundown:

Medea’s Got Some Issues
Part of the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival

Fri, July 11 – 10:15pm
Tues, July 15 – 6:00pm
Sat, July 19 – 12:30pm
Fri, July 25 – 8:00pm
Sun, July 27 – 2:15pm

645 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC, 20001 (Just west of the Fringe tent) Nearest Metro: MT Vernon Sq/7th St-Convention Center (Green/Yellow lines) & Gallery Place/Chinatown (Red/Green/Yellow lines)

Why? WHY? Medea’s been killing it on stage since 431 BC, fools.

On sale starting Thursday, June 19th.
Visit capitalfringe.org or call 866-811-4111.

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This production is presented as a part of the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival, a program of the Washington, DC non-profit Capital Fringe.

2 thoughts on “Medea’s Got Some Issues at the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival

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