About the project
Euripides’ Medea timelessly depicts how scorned passion can lead to revenge, and sometimes even to unthinkable violence. This dynamic event features dramatic readings of scenes from Euripides’ Medea, followed by a lively, facilitated audience discussion about healthy relationships, under-discussed mental health issues, and the relevance of this ancient myth to our lives today.
About the play
Medea by Euripides
Medea timelessly depicts how scorned passion can lead to revenge, and sometimes even to unthinkable violence.
War & Mental HealthTheater of War
Rooted in discussions about the invisible and visible wounds of war, the company’s hallmark project is designed to increase awareness of psychological health issues, disseminate information on available resources, and foster greater community cohesion.
Pandemic & Climate CrisisPoetry for the Pandemic
Using poetry as a catalyst for an Intergenerational performance and discussion during the Covid-19 pandemic.
IncarcerationPrometheus in Prison
Prometheus in Prison is an innovative public health project that presents readings of Aeschylus’ Prometheus Bound, an ancient Greek play about god who is imprisoned for stealing fire and giving it to humans, as a catalyst for powerful discussions about the challenges faced by individuals, families, and communities whose lives have been touched by the criminal justice system. For the past decade years, this groundbreaking project has been used to open up healing dialogue in a variety of settings, including prisons, detention centers, and public venues throughout the country and the world.