In Medea’s Got Some Issues – written by Emilio Williams and produced by No Rules Theatre Company – Lisa Hodsoll takes on seven roles in an acting tour de force that combines humor, hysteria, and catharsis to tell the Medea tragedy like you’ve never seen it before.
Archives for July 11, 2014
Wandering Theatre Company’s Antigone opened, as one might expect, with a chorus. The two chorus members (Clemmie Evans and Jenna Krasowski) are clear, haunting, and deliver their lines in-sync about a third of the time.
Sylvia Plath, the quintessential female voice in the face of 20th century patriarchy, serves as a chilling foil to the heroine in Jonelle Walker’s TAME. The tragic poet’s voice fills the space during scene changes, reminding the audience of the constrictive world in which her onstage counterpart is struggling to survive.