hecate : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n (Greek mythology) Greek goddess of fertility who later became associated with Persephone as goddess of the underworld and protector of witches
News & Articles
- 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 ...
June 17, 2013 - The Cleveland Plain Dealer
- Edith Sitwell in Wall Street Journal
Regarding a section of the poem "The Drum" ("Is it black night? / Black as Hecate howls a star / Wolfishly, and whined / The wind from very far"), Sitwell explained: The "small-vowelled quick three-syllabled word 'Hecate' makes the line rock...