Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Medea- Schauspiel Frankfurt: This picture represents the view of how insignificantly women were viewed in Nawal's home village.

176
19

National Theatre of Greece's production of "Medea" is still the greatest thing I've ever seen on stage.

17
1
from overstock.com

Medea: A Radical New Version from the Perspective of the Children (Paperback)

Medea: A Radical New Version from the Perspective of the Children

14
9
from Vilma, reporting live from London

The Theatre & Performance collections

Masks for The Oresteia, 1981. These masks were designed by Jocelyn Herbert for the Greek play The Oresteia by Aeschylus.

210
29

Medea by Euripides: The play opens in a state of conflict. Jason has abandoned Medea in hope to advance his station by marrying Glauce, the daughter of the King of Corinth. Fearing a plot of revenge, the King tries to banish Medea. However, Medea’s pleads for mercy grants her one day before she must leave, during which she plans to complete her quest for revenge.

58
19

In Euripides’s play Medea, Jason leaves Medea when Creon, king of Corinth, offers him his daughter, Glauce. The play tells of Medea avenging her husband’s betrayal by slaying their children.

92
18

Evelyn de Morgan, "Medea", 1889, oil on canvas, Williamson Art Gallery and Museum, Birkenhead, UK

46
10
1

Jason & Medea, John William Waterhouse (1907); Medea was a Colchian woman, the daughter of King Aeëtes of Colchis, niece of Circe, granddaughter of Helios & later wife to the hero Jason, with whom she had 2 children, Mermeros & Pheres. In Euripides's play Medea, Jason leaves Medea when Creon offers him his daughter, Glauce. The play tells about how Medea avenges her husband's betrayal. Medea is known mostly as an enchantress & depicted as a priestess of the goddess Hecate.

17
3