History Theatre / Medea

28th Jan '18 3:45:14 PM DustSnitch
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* PsychoExGirlfriend: Ladies and gentlemen, we have found the UrExample. Jason ''would rue'' the day he dumped her.

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* PsychoExGirlfriend: Ladies and gentlemen, we have found the UrExample. Jason ''would rue'' the day he dumped her.Medea, since she went to the extremes of kill his new girl, his new dad, and his old kids.
24th Jan '18 9:08:19 PM DustSnitch
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* DeusExMachina / DeusExitMachina: Medea carries the bodies of her sons away with her in a flying chariot drawn by golden dragons given to her by the Sun God Helios, her grandfather.

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* DeusExMachina / DeusExitMachina: DeusExMachina: Medea carries the bodies of her sons away with her in a flying chariot drawn by golden dragons given to her by the Sun God Helios, her grandfather.



%%* SecondHandStorytelling
* SmugSnake: Jason is depicted here as being a big one of these. The first thing he says when Medea (lyingly) claims that she has decided he was right all along is 'I am glad, Medea, that you have changed your mind'. That's just [[TemptingFate asking for it.]]
** Creon, whose EstablishingCharacterMoment involves him gloating about sending Medea into exile.

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%%* SecondHandStorytelling
* SmugSnake: SecondHandStorytelling: In keeping with most deaths in Greek plays, the demise of Creon and Glauce is described by a messenger who is equally horrified by the poison that killed the two and Medea's joy upon hearing these ill tidings.
* SmugSnake:
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Jason is depicted here as being a big one of these. The first thing he says when Medea (lyingly) claims that she has decided he was right all along is 'I am glad, Medea, that you have changed your mind'. That's just [[TemptingFate asking for it.]]
** Creon, whose EstablishingCharacterMoment involves him gloating about sending Medea into exile. exile, soon finds himself dead at the hands of the very woman he mocked.
16th Jan '18 10:29:23 PM Eilevgmyhren
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* DeadpanSnarker: Medea when talking to Aigeus - and that is when she speaks to the closest she ever gets to a ''friend''.
14th Jan '18 8:37:19 AM Spindriver
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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play (based on Euripides') (UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau poster c. 1898 drawn by Creator/AlphonseMucha)]]

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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play (based play, based on Euripides') Euripides'. (UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau poster c. 1898 drawn 1898, by Creator/AlphonseMucha)]]
2nd Jan '18 8:37:38 PM karstovich2
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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play (based on Euripides'), poster drawn by Creator/AlphonseMucha]]

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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play (based on Euripides'), Euripides') (UsefulNotes/ArtNouveau poster c. 1898 drawn by Creator/AlphonseMucha]]Creator/AlphonseMucha)]]
11th Dec '17 9:27:56 AM Smeagol17
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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play (an update of Euripides'), poster drawn by Creator/AlphonseMucha]]

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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play (an update of (based on Euripides'), poster drawn by Creator/AlphonseMucha]]
11th Dec '17 9:18:19 AM Smeagol17
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[[caption-width-right:340:Creator/SarahBernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play, poster drawn by Creator/AlphonseMucha]]

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[[caption-width-right:340:Creator/SarahBernhardt [[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play, play (an update of Euripides'), poster drawn by Creator/AlphonseMucha]]
11th Dec '17 9:17:26 AM Smeagol17
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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play, poster drawn by Alphonse Mucha]]

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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt [[caption-width-right:340:Creator/SarahBernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play, poster drawn by Alphonse Mucha]]Creator/AlphonseMucha]]
8th Nov '17 5:49:51 PM abby-anne
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** In another version, Medea killed her children because Jason was essentially going to declare her an unfit mother on top of everything else, take away the only happiness she had, and (it was implied) raise the children in an environment that would indoctrinate them against the barbarians, aka their mother.



* KilledOffScreen: Most of the deaths though Medea's children are notable in that you can hear them [[ScreamDiscretionShot screaming and begging offstage]]
* LoveHurts: Oh Medea, you wouldn't have thought it could be end up like this the day you left your family behind?

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* KilledOffScreen: Most of the deaths deaths, though Medea's children are notable in that you can hear them [[ScreamDiscretionShot screaming and begging offstage]]
* LoveHurts: Oh Medea, you wouldn't have thought it could be end up like this the day you left your family behind?



* {{Yandere}}: Medea, according to modern interpretations, and therefore, [[UrExample the original]]. Boys, is she NotGoodWithRejection.

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* {{Yandere}}: Medea, according to modern interpretations, and therefore, [[UrExample the original]]. Boys, Boy, is she NotGoodWithRejection.
16th Apr '17 7:41:51 AM Saveelich
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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play, drawn by Alphonse Mucha]]

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[[caption-width-right:340:Sarah Bernhardt in the role of Medea in the Catulle Mendès's eponymous play, poster drawn by Alphonse Mucha]]
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