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.
Caregiving & DeathKing Lear Project
The King Lear Project presents streamlined readings of scenes from Shakespeare’s King Lear to engage diverse audiences, including the elderly, their families, and caregivers, in open, healing, constructive discussions about the challenges of aging, dementia, and caring for senior citizens.
Racism & Social JusticeThe Drum Major Instinct
Commissioned by BRIC, The Drum Major Instinct engages audiences in dialogue about racism, inequality, and social justice. The performance features a dramatization of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s final sermon, embodied by prominent actors and supported by a large gospel choir, composed of singers, activists, police officers, and musicians from St. Louis, MO, and Brooklyn, NY.
Domestic ViolenceDomestic Violence Project
Addressing the impact of domestic violence on individuals, families, and communities, the Domestic Violence Project premiered in Maine in April 2013 and will be touring all five boroughs of New York City under the current PAIR residency.