We can hear you saying it: “Greek tragedies are weird, man.” What’s funny is, we can do weirder. Like, Medea killing her children because they didn’t get straight As-weirder. Prolific political cartoonist and playwright Mentis Bostantzoglou (pen name Bost), delivered his humorous contemporary take on the mother of all filicides (sorry) back in 1993, and trust us, it remains fresh to this day. The play was part of this summer’s Athens Epidaurus Festival and was put on at the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus. As it happens (and as it was expected for this production), the most successful plays of the season get more performances during September in various locations. So, we’re all in luck. Catch Bost’s Medea at two locations: at the Athens School - Irene Pappas between 2-11 September and at Theatro Vrahon on the 16th both with English surtitles.