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Long before Shakespeare ruminated on the potential deadliness of a woman scorned, there was the Greek tragedian Euripides and Medea—the Peloponnesian War-era play stacks bodies like a Quentin Tarantino revenge fantasy. When Medea learns that her husband, Jason, plans to leave her for a younger princess, she reacts poorly. To say the very, very least. Medea quickly dispenses with any delusions about how happily ever after might play out for a man who didn’t really want to get hitched and a woman who dismembered her brother in order to sail off into the sunset with her beloved. This version is directed by Dallas Theater Center artistic director Kevin Moriarty and staged in the old theater’s basement.
Karaoke renditions of the song "Let It Go" from Disney's Frozen became something of a national pastime in 2014, but sometimes it's best to leave it to the professionals. Appropriately for a story called Frozen, this live translation is on ice and feature skating, special effects, and yes, "Let It Go."
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