Shari Sebbens performs Black Medea
First produced at Sydney Theatre Company in 2000 as part of our Wharf 2 Blueprints program during Wesley Enoch’s time as a Resident Director, his play Black Medea is a reimagining of Euripides’ ancient story with an Indigenous woman at its centre. In her latest piece for STC Virtual, our Richard Wherrett Fellow Shari Sebbens performs a monologue from the play.
More STC Virtual videos featuring Shari Sebbens
Shari Sebbens and Luke Carroll perform a scene from Battle of Waterloo
Shari Sebbens, Guy Simon and Megan Wilding perform A Little Piece of Ash by Megan Wilding
Shari Sebbens and Ash Flanders perform a scene from Blackie Blackie Brown
Shari Sebbens performs an excerpt from Stolen
Shari Sebbens performing The 7 Stages of Grieving
Shari Sebbens performs a scene from Black is the New White
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