£6 Adult Standard
Tickets must be booked in the same transaction.
RUNNING TIME: 50 mins
N.B. Recommended for 15yrs plus. Some strong language, nudity and violent scenes.
Medea, of Euripides’s ancient tragedy, is as relevant a character today as she was in Greek antiquity.
She’s desperate, homeless and driven, forced to quit the only thing she has. What do we have left when we have lost everything? Through a body and a voice we want to dig into the deepest feelings of Medea, as a woman, as a wife, as a mother and as a foreigner.
Mountview is one of the UK’s leading drama schools. The annual Catalyst Festival is produced by the students from Mountview’s MA in Creative Producing.
Joaquín Pérez Suárez
Joaquín Pérez Suárez studied Media and Film Studies at Carlos III University, Madrid. He is currently undertaking a BA in Theatre Directing at RESAD (Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático). Joaquín is also undertaking film script workshops with various professionals such as Rodrigo Sorogoyen, Isabel Peña, Daniel Ramon (ECAM), Carlos Molinero (DAMA) and dramaturgy with María Velasco, Alberto Conejero, Jordi Casanovas, and Denise Depeyroux. He maintains his media and theatre Studies training The Netherlands (Media and Entertainment Management) and Italy (Scuola Conia, Societas Raffaelo Sanzio, by the guidance of Claudia Castellucci). Joaquín has also worked on TV shows such as El Ministerio del Tiempo (TVE) and Apaches (Antena 3). Some of his theatre plays have been selected and performed in Microteatro por dinero (Madrid).
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