Medea (play)

Medea (Greek Μήδεια ) is a 431 BC tragedy written by the Greek poet Euripides. The piece is based on the Greek myth of the Argonauts. The king's daughter Medea by her husband Jason, for whom she had left behind and betray their own family, violated and cruel revenge, where they also kill their own children.

Musical settings

Reiner Brede Meyer wrote in 1976 incidental music to the tragedy of Euripides.