EURIPIDES' MEDEA

Genre: Classical
A Production of Mainspring Collective, Produced by Ernest Tollja

Mainspring Collective is proud to present a new conception of the original text of Euripides' Medea, conceived by Hilary Krishnan, a graduate of the celebrated Indiana University Theatre program, and co-produced by The Producer's Club.

Mainspring's Medea will have the flair of 1950's Americana, the chorus as a bunch of gossipy suburban housewives and Medea as the out-of-towner who doesn't quite fit in. "We will question family as the most valued institution and explore American ideals through the conventions of the play and its universal themes-- family, betrayal, jealousy and love," said Krishnan.

Hilary Krishnan, Jenna Weinberg, Hannah Smith, and Laine Bonstein formed Mainspring Collective in early 2007 in order to present work that spans a breadth of history, breathes fresh life into classical material and ignites the forward movement of the New York theatre community. Their premiere production is not one to be missed!

Cast: Hannah Smith, Paul Herbig, Laine Bonstein, John Olson, Alain Laforest, Jenna Weinberg, Kacie Leblong, Melissa Carlile, Maria Alegre, Jennifer Sessions

Preview:   08/21/07
Open:   08/23/07
Close:   08/26/07

Schedule:
Thursday, August 23rd at 8pm
Friday, August 24th at 8pm
Saturday, August 25th at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, August 26th at 3pm
Theater:   Producers Club Theatres
Address:   358 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Cost:$13 Online, $15 Students/Seniors (at the door), $18 Adults (at the door)
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Company: Mainspring Collective         Official Web Site: www.mainspringcollective.com
Patrick McGhee (Marvin) has just returned from tour with the National Theatre for Arts and Education appearing in Short Story Masterpieces and is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2007) with a B.A. in Theater. Other performances including "Romeo and Juliet" (Romeo) with the Hudson Shakespeare Company, "Line" (Flemming), "Hedda Gabler" (Tesman), "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress" (Tripp), "Minor Demons" (Nicholas O'Brien), "Much Ado About Nothing" (Claudio), and "A New Brain" (Minister). "My hope, still, is to leave the world a better place than when I got here." ~ Jim Henson.