These Greek Theater Masks were created for the play Medea by Euripides.
The play Medea is based on the myth Jason and Medea and was first produced in 431 BC. The story is one of struggle and vengeance. Medea, to maintain power takes her revenge on Jason after he leaves her for the Princess of Corinth. She Kills his new wife, her father and her own children and then escapes to Athens to live out her life.
These extraordinary Greek Theater Masks add power and sophistication to any production of this play.
These masks are kept in stock in the bone wash pictured on the site.
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To see the masks modeled or additional images of the masks click on the product image.
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