By Jean Racine
Directed by Ariel Craft
November 8, 2015

Phèdre used to be a devoted wife and a model mother but that was so many months ago. Now her secret desires are becoming harder to hide as  an attraction to her maturing stepson becomes inescapable and all-enveloping. Impossible passions and absolute taboos combust in Jean Racine's Phèdre. This unshakable classic tragedy, dating back to Ancient Greece, remains the reigning champion and dramatic golden standard for salacious and scandalous familial dysfunction.

Read our mini-interview with Ariel Craft here!