Last season’s world premiere of Linda Vista at Steppenwolf Theatre made clear that a certain White-macho-centric theater, Chicago is famous for, is spiraling down to tone-deaf oblivion faster than we ever saw coming.
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After a sold-out opening weekend, filled with laughter, screams and a standing ovation, the hour long, one woman-show, “Medea’s Got Some Issues” returns next week to Stage773. Thursday March 3rd will be a special “Ladies Night”. Join us for a defense of the most famous abandoned woman in history, the original founder of the “First Wives Club”. […]
The Washington Post recently joined the universal critical acclaimed for this one-woman rollercoaster ride. In New York, it won best international show at United Solo Festival (Off Broadway). Join us for Chicago’s opening weekend of “Medea’s Got Some Issues”: Thursday 25th, Friday 26th or Saturday 27th at 7:30pm at Stage773. Buy tickets here! The show is 60 […]
Medea’s got some issues (and so do you) by Paul Kubicki Medea’s Got Some Issues is a bit of a Trojan Horse. Sure, its giddy, irreverent wit invites you to revel in schadenfreude at the suffering Medea caused. This won me over when I saw it work-shopped in 2012. But for me, the cryptic […]
Thanks to Gerard Jamroz for shooting our upcoming teaser trailer for “Medea’s Got Some Issues” at Stage773.
Award Winning Comedy “Medea’s Got Some Issues” opens Friday 26th at 7:30 at Stage773. Tickets here. This is an exchange between Ana Marie Cox and the wonderful Samantha Bee on an interview in today’s New York Times Sunday Magazine: AMC: Which do you think men find more threatening: a funny woman or an angry woman? […]
This is the poster for the 4th Production of Medea’s Got Some Issues I met Lisa in September of 2013, in Washington DC, where we gathered for a reading of new Spanish plays sponsored by Spain Arts and Culture at iconic DC Landmark know as “The former residence of the Spanish Ambassador“. Its mix of splendor and […]