Deborah Czeresko
 

MEDEA

 

title: Medea, a glassblowing adaptation, April 15, 2014.
Description: Medea, part sorceress, part goddess, part human, enacts brutal revenge on her husband Jason for infidelity with a younger woman of royal decent in an attempt to better his social status.
Director: Patricia Coleman
Writer: Euripides

 

Title: Klaus Burns. (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: In a brutal climax, Medea lures Klaus the adulteress into the seductive glass furnace to murder her.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: Jason is unfaithful. (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: Medea confronts Jason about his infidelity. He tries to convince her he cleverly cheated for the good of the family so he could remarry into royalty.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: Puppets Copulate. (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: The infidelity played out by shadow puppets
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: Medea tricks Jason. (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: Medea enacts a quick plan to trick Jason. He thinks she believes that his twisted rationalization of his infidelity was brilliant strategic social climbing for the good of their children.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: The Children Labor. (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: Medea’s children are also her unpaid apprentices toiling away in the glassblowing studio to help make the latest production line.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: The Children are Scared. (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: The children quiver in fear of Medea’s anger if they underperform in the glass studio.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: Family Glass Production (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: Medea gets an order for 100 glass babies and begins to produce them while crafting her plan to kill Klaus the adulteress and perpetually torture Jason.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: Glass Babies (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: Medea successfully extracts a glass baby from the custom blow mold produced by her children.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: Medea’s Love (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: Medea hesitates to kill her children but ultimately succumbs to her plot for revenge.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: Klaus’ Seduction (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: Medea lures Klaus into the furnace fire to murder her.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: Klaus Burns (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: Klaus, Jason’s mistress, burns to death. Klaus’s greed for precious things overpowered her.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

Title: The Children Die (From Medea, a glassblowing theater adaptation.)
Description: Medea kills her children, enacting the ultimate brutal and perpetual revenge on her husband Jason.
Photo: Abi Maryan

 

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