Medea’s Perversion (Perversión medea)

A prostitute, a murderer, a snob, a traitor and a drug-addict woman locked in a mental institution have to perform Medea by Euripides to prove that they are prepared to re-enter society. The tension from the confinement and the conflictive characters make everything turn wrong until a murder is committed. Using the five stages of the duel to carry the plot and combining a modern and direct language with Euripides’ classical text, the author tells the story of the five protagonists identifying each of them with a classical Greek tragic character. The author denounces how Medea, and many women since then, have attacked themselves, causing collateral victims, instead of facing the true culprit: Jason. A tragicomedy with feminist and social inclinations where the ideas of revenge, guilt and women are revised.


RELEVANT FACTS: Ramón Paso is a screenwriter, playwright and a stage director, born in Madrid in 1976. He is the grandson of the playwright Alfonso Paso and great grandson of the writer Enrique Jardiel Poncela. More than 100 episodes written by Paso, between series and shows, were released on TV; among them are the most popular TV series of Spanish television, such as “Compañeros” or “Matrimonio con hijos”.




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