Huntingdon Hall

Wednesday 18th - Saturday 21st March at 7:30pm

Tickets: £10

Schools Price: £8.50 (Teachers go free.)

About the Play

Based upon the myth of Jason and Medea, Euripides' tragic masterpiece was first produced in 431BCE. 

A former barbarian Princess, Medea, finds her new position in the Greek world under threat as her husband Jason leaves her for another Princess from Corinth. 

Medea vows to exact a terrible and tragic vengeance on her new family, leaving Jason devastated and broken. 

Join the incredible talent of the Young Rep in the stunning surrounds of the Victorian Huntingdon Hall and discover a brand new interpretation of the most performed Greek Tragedy of the 20th and 21st Centuries. 

Warning: Not Suitable for Young Audience


Medea is a masterpiece of Greek Tragedy and its themes are as relevant in the 21st Century as they were at its original performance over 2000 years ago. 

The Young Rep is a company of auditioned young actors who are committed to bringing theatre to life and work with professional directors, designers and creatives to bring an audience a unique experience. 

We are delighted to be able to bring you an educational offering that will compliment and enhance your classroom experience by bringing you a series of workshops and sessions that sit alongside the production. For more information on our educational offerings please click the link below. 


Steffi Mountain

as Akantha

Emma Robinson

as Elpis

Alannah Southerton

as The Governess

Charlotte Ball

as Medea

Rosie Grace Carson

as Kore

Eleanor Grace Tovey

as Ariadne

Jennifer Thompson Chatburn

as Minta

Lauren Roberts

as Aspasia

Hannah Rose

as Creusa

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Elliot Hudson

as Jason

Jonathan Darby

as Creon

Phil Leach

as Aegeus

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Creatives & Production

Executive Producers

Worcester Repertory Company | Ben Humphrey


Jon Legg

Lighting & Sound

Ben Merrick

Costume Supervisor

Hannah Marshall

Production Manager

Gareth Morgan

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