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December 17, 2002 | Charles McNulty, Special to The Times
For an actress with dreams of a Tony award, a tragedy from 431 BC might just provide the winning role she's been looking for. "Medea," Euripides' proto-feminist potboiler about a woman who murders her children to exact revenge on her faithless husband, has landed theater's top acting honor for three actresses: Judith Anderson (1948), Zoe Caldwell (1982) and Diana Rigg (1994). And if early indications hold true, a fourth name may soon be added.
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December 17, 2002 | Charles McNulty, Special to The Times
For an actress with dreams of a Tony award, a tragedy from 431 BC might just provide the winning role she's been looking for. "Medea," Euripides' proto-feminist potboiler about a woman who murders her children to exact revenge on her faithless husband, has landed theater's top acting honor for three actresses: Judith Anderson (1948), Zoe Caldwell (1982) and Diana Rigg (1994). And if early indications hold true, a fourth name may soon be added.
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