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Yes, Just Like 'Medea'!
Medea was the wife of Jason, leader of the Argonauts, and she takes revenge on Jason when he leaves her for another woman. Just like Medea, you know you're more than what a man thinks of you. You would never settle for being a simple mistress or let a man belittle you in any other way. And when they try, you come back with the fury of a woman scorned.
Yes, Just Like 'The Oresteia'
You've got a taste for vengeance. Whenever you or someone dear to you is wronged, you're the one coming out to get them back. In this play, when the king is killed by his adulteress wife, his daughters avenge him by killing her. Blood protects blood, and you'd resort to anything to protect the ones you love, probably even murder (if you could get away with it).
Nope, You're Above It All, Like 'The Frogs.'
You're pretty pragmatic, and you balance it with a great sense of humor. In the play 'The Frogs,' two famous writers are pitted against each other in a battle of wits judged by the god Dionysus himself. Just like the gods, you're able to pull yourself above the messy drama that all those around you keep getting involved in. You look past it all and have fun with it, because that's the point of life, isn't it?
Nope, You're Better Than All That Mess, Like 'Lysistrata.'
You're in control of your life. Like the women in the play, who withhold sex from their husbands until they end the Peloponnesian War, you know your own strength and your own power. You are capable of absolutely anything as long as you can hold true to yourself. In fact, you are probably helping others end their drama.
Nope, You Prefer to Party Like the Bros in 'The Banqueters.'
'The Banqueters' could pass as a modern comedy. As families come together for a large banquet, the two brothers sit back and chill. And that's exactly your style. You are the kind to pour yourself a drink, sit back, and watch the drama unfold around you without actually participating in any of it. You also crack some pretty good jokes at the drama's expense, making you a favorite guest at anyone's party.
Yes, Just Like 'Antigone'
You stand up for what's right, no matter the consequences, and that causes a lot of drama. You have a strict moral fiber and don't mind confrontation if anyone tries to challenge you. You won't let anyone bully you around, not even the government. That's exactly what Antigone did, and she ended up dead just to prove a point. Hopefully your dramatic outbursts don't come to that.