Medea

October 8, 2015 - October 18, 2015

Ellen Stewart Theatre | 66 E 4th Street; 2nd Floor

Thursday - Saturday at 7pm; Sunday at 4pm

Tickets: $25 / $20 students and seniors

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By Teatro Patologico (Italy)
Directed by Dario D’Ambrosi

Medea, directed by D’Ambrosi, combines professional actors, who perform in English, with a chorus of 14 actors with diverse abilities (including epilepsy, neurological disabilities and down syndrome) from the University program of D'Ambrosi's Rome-based "Magic of Theater" Drama Academy, who perform in Attic Greek.  “La magia del teatro” (The magic of Theatre), the Drama Academy for differently abled children directed by Dario D’ambrosi, is a school that stimulates the students’ creative freedom by giving them the theoretical and practical means to help them express themselves on the stage.

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Press

New York Theatre Review on MEDEA | Wesley Doucette on Medea as Presented by Teatro Patolgico at La MaMa

Unusual Drama School in Rome Is Set to Expand | more about Teatro Patologico from the NYTimes

The Pathological Passion of Dario D’Ambrosi | more about Teatro Patologico from The Brooklyn Rail

About the Artists

Dario D'Ambrosi, one of Italy's most distinguished theater artists, has made a career of productions about people with psychiatric disabilities, devising productions that portray their unique perspective on life. His stunning and visceral version of Euripides' tragedy debuted at La MaMa in 2011.  In 2012, it was presented at Wilton's Music Hall in London and was awarded the Wilton Prize as Best Show of the Season.  It has also been awarded the "Lupa Capitolina" Award in Rome, a Mayoral honour.