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'Medea' revival is a dazzling, campy romp

By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / February 23, 2008

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Imagine, if you will, a crowd lined up on a freezing night to push its way into a revival of a classic tragedy. People grab a drink, then rush to get the best seats they can as the house fills with an excited buzz of anticipation. The lights dim, the music swells, the curtain opens, and the crowd roars with ... (Full article: 513 words)

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