Bring fact-checked results to the top of your browser search. Is it right that Orestes, a young man in no way responsible for his situation, should be commanded by a godin the name of justiceto avenge his father by murdering his mother? Is there no other way out of his dilemma than through the ancient code of blood revenge, which will only compound the dilemma?
It was the first time the two women had worked together.
The production was wonderful: Shaw turned sorrow into a character; she brought Greek tragedy almost too close for comfort. What neither woman could have known then was that Electra also marked the beginning of a remarkable theatrical collaboration and friendship.
Warner seemed aware, at that time, only Medea and titus andronicus the intensity of her working life might prove unsustainable: It is an icy Friday night and we are having dinner in a London restaurant.
Warner and Shaw are at work on another Greek tragedy, Medea by Euripides. Yet from the way Warner talks, it seems that there is something valedictory in the air. The production began in Dublin last summer. It was not a celebratory moment.
She did not want to repeat herself and yet was conscious that this was a bad starting point for a piece of work.
Eliot their performance of The Waste Land travelled the world. Perhaps there was nothing more to add. We were fearful that we had lost something. It was so provocative and outrageous that I thought: And I ignored it. But it was the heart of the thing.
Now she is in rehearsal again, with a slightly different cast. But at the end, some people in the audience have swooned - one or two have even been sick - as Medea kills her little boys, to punish her faithless husband.
Deborah Warner does not look like a person drawn to the cruel verge of human experience. She is tall, elegant, resolutely untheatrical she wears no make-up with a cap of fair hair.
She reminds me of a calm hostess who is concerned for her guests and knows that, no matter how anarchic the occasion, order must have its place.
There is something maternal, in this, too. She would laugh at this description - quick to see unintended irony in everything. She is far more interested in the work than in herself. She is less earnest than she used to be, more voluble and relaxed - if anything, less grown-up a good thing.
I scarcely know her but feel as though she is a friend.
Is she still obsessive? It occurs to me that if I were to choose a single image for her, it would be earth. She expects absolute commitment from actors, too. Players who have a foot somewhere else are not that serious.
And yet she sticks her neck out to say that Medea is more relevant to us than the work of most contemporary playwrights.+ free ebooks online.
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Stratford Festival Past Productions. This list does not include tours, workshops, music concerts, limited engagements or out-of-season presentations. Theatre includes: The Plough and The Stars, Romeo and Juliet and A Cry from Heaven (Abbey Theatre Dublin), Cyrano and Titus Andronicus (Project Arts Centre).
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