medea medea  /mə ˈdi ə/


  • (n) (Greek mythology) a princess of Colchis who aided Jason in taking the Golden Fleece from her father


  1. Theater review: New Mamaí Theatre Company in Cleveland Heights takes a wild stab at ‘Medea’

    The first production by a new professional theater company speaks volumes about its vision, judgment and threshold for calculated risk. So the choice of Irish poet and novelist Brendan Kennelly’s modernized “Medea” by the Mamaí Theatre Company is an intriguing one. And its selection of actress Tracee Patterson in the title role is nothing short of brilliant.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: The News-Herald

  2. Oh, mama: When Mamai's 'Medea' boils, stand back, take cover and enjoy

    With "Medea," the Mama Theatre Company, much like the titular sorceress and priestess of Hecate, has made a howling entrance onto the city's artistic scene. The cast is tight, the material superb, the direction canny and inspired. Conceived by a quartet of women including director Bernadette Clemens -- to put more femme-centric plays on the stage -- Mamai is poised to go from newcomer to ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer

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