37179938_1762597447154744_2545175569247502336_o(1)“Visually and musically stunning….Kansas City Public Theatre should be extremely proud of what they made” -The Wandering Playwright
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An adaptation of the classic Greek tragedy by Euripides, Medea: An American Tragedy by Nathan Bowman tells the story of a woman who is lured to a new country by dreams of freedom and a new life, only to be deceived, exploited, exiled, and her children used as pawns.  Her new land has taken everything from her, now she’s taking it back.

Presented at KC Fringe Festival July 19-28, 2018
Brush Creek Amphitheater Aug. 4, 2018

In partnership with the Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Center and Kansas City Parks and Recreation, KCPublic presented this Greek tragedy as it was meant to be shown: outside in an open amphitheater.

Presented in part by American Family Insurance, Gary Woods Agency Inc.

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