Lung Ha’s Theatre Company (Scotland) and Unga Klara (Sweden). By Suzanne Osten and Per Lysander.
Medea's Children, is a landmark play in Swedish theatre – it is the story, told in a playful, humorous and challenging way, of a family going through divorce, realising that life, somehow, must go on. When the play was first performed in 1975 it was pioneering in the way it brought children's everyday, sometimes difficult, lives to the stage.
Medea's Children is an international coproduction between inclusive theatre specialists Lung Ha's Theatre COmpany – winner, with Grid Iron, of the CATS Award for Best Ensemble production in 2009-10 – and the internationally renowned theatre company Unga Klara.