Medea: a feminine folk hero or murderer of children? Join The Three Graces as they present their work-in-progress showing of MEDEAuDHD. MEDEAuDHD is a modern retelling of Euripides classic Greek tragedy Medea. Peering through the lens of three neurodivergent women, MEDEAuDHD brings together elements of Euripides script, new writing and devised performance, in a self-led production. Expect song, dance, and righteous feminine anger.
The Three Graces
We are a small company of neurodivergent artists, digging into our special interests and strong sense of justice to offer a version of this tale that we hope will challenge, inspire, and interrogate our relationship to these stories, and to the rich characters we find told in them.
Justine de Mierre – Musician, storyteller and collector of costumes.
Rebecca Buckle – Dancer, Actor and collector of folk song.
Gemma Garwood – Multidisciplinary Folk Artist, zine-maker and collector of shells.
Technical support provided by Emma Kopf.
Please be aware that MEDEAuDHD contains themes of violence, infanticide, and domestic abuse. MEDEAuDHD also contains strong language and language of a sexual nature. Not recommended for those under the age of 16.
Show Running Time
Approximately 60 minutes.