Seen in Brooklyn: Okay folks, this is it! The definitive Medea of our generation. I never need to see another actress in this tragic Greek role: Fiona Shaw has said it all. Directed by Deborah Warner, with sets by Tom Pye, costumes by Jacqueline Durran, lighting by Michael Gunning, sound by David Meschter, and a soundscape by Mel Mercier, this production hails from The Abbey Theatre in Dublin by way of The Queen's Theatre in London's West End. It has now filled Brooklyn Academy of Music's ...

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