Medea: Consequences Freefall

When I went to see Medea, brilliantly staged by the Seattle Shakespeare Company at the Center Theatre, I anticipated spending an hour or two with a raging madwoman. But director Kelly Kitchens’s production portrays Medea as a normal part of the social fabric. In this 2400 year old Greek tragedy by Euripides, we get a new perspective on womanhood and speaking up.