Medea by Euripides
At the NE Codwell Hall Black Box Theatre
Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday, March 05, 06, 07 & 09, 7:30pm
Sunday, March 08, 2pm
FREE, but all tickets are booked. More tickets may be available st the box office. See details below.Medea is a haunting figure out of ancient legend. The storytellers of ancient Greece tell us of a sorceress, a healer, a loving wife, a vicious murderer, a prophet, a priestess, and a vengeful Fury. Euripides' brutally powerful drama, that opened in 431 BCE, centers on her marriage to Jason, leader of the Argonauts, a hero brought to power through her courage and cunning, for whom she sacrificed her family and her throne.
performed in competition at the Texas Community College Speech & Theatre Association 2019 - 2020 Play Festival.
Seats will be held until 10 minutes before curtain. If all tickets online are reserved, stop by the box office 30 minutes before curtain to check availability.
HCC Northeast Campus
Codwell Hall Black Box Theatre, Room 128
555 Community College Dr Houston 77013
Debra.Schultz@hccs.edu or ArtsLine 713.718.6570
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This event is presented by the VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS Center of Excellence. DEAN, Colleen Reilly, PhD. • VISUAL ARTS DIVISION (Studio Art & Art History) CHAIR, Katherine Rhodes Fields, MFA, MA TESL • PERFORMING ARTS DIVISION (Dance, Drama, Music) CHAIR, Susan Hines, MM • MEDIA ARTS DIVISION (Filmmaking, Audio Recording, Music Business) CHAIR, Michael Cohn, MA