";s:4:"text";s:2084:" The following dialogue is conducted while Medea suddenly appears high up, above the stage and behind the wall, inside a golden, brilliant carriage. MEDEA Not that, not that, I do entreat thee, Creon CREON Thou wilt cause disturbance yet, it seems. She ruthlessly severs her husband's lineage only to find herself "alone and forsaken" alongside the man she condemned to desolate solitude. Read For FREE Add Script(s) To Cart License Performances Scripts & Performances Add To Wish List CREON Begone, thou silly woman, and free me from my toil. EURIPIDES MEDEA Translated by Ian Johnston Vancouver Island University Nanaimo, British Columbia Canada First published 2008 . One of Euripides’ most powerful and best-known plays, Medea is a remarkable study of injustice and ruthless revenge. A new adaptation of Euripides' classic -- a lean, mean, vibrant Medea for our times. MEDEA The toil is mine, no lack of it. Finally, the Medea script is here for all you quotes spouting fans of the Maria Callas movie based on the Euripedes play. let not the author of these my troubles escape thee. This script is a transcript that was painstakingly transcribed using the screenplay and/or viewings of Medea.
In Euripides’ retelling of the legend, the Colchian princess Medea has married the hero Jason.