Medusa’s Snakes: The Aftermath
- Natalie Woolman
- 14 August 2008
This article is from 2008.
Posing the question of what happened to Medusa’s snakes after her death, this play introduces us to Monstrous and Sinclair who, rooted to the decapitated head, plot how to take vengeance for their ‘lady’. The inventive costumes and set cannot compensate for dialogue that is an uncertain mix of Beckettian absurdity and stand-up banter.
The Space @ Jury’s Inn, 556 0476, until 23 Aug (not 17), 12.05pm, £6 (£5).