Stage Adaptations of Plays by Racine

Jean-Baptiste Racine was a 17th Century French dramatic poet famed for his prowess in French classical tragedy. His reputation rests on the plays he wrote between 1664 and 169, one of which Phèdre, or Phaedra, in English.

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  • Phaedra

    by Robert P. Arthur
    • 90 Minutes
    • 4 Males 4 Females Max 15+ Min 9

    Drama, Simple Props, Simple Set

    A full-length, poetic drama resurrects the love, lust, and retribution of the original Greek legend in modern surroundings. A stepmother’s insatiable desire for her husband’s son destroys a family. Set in a beach house with the sound of drumming waves and ghostly figures of fishwives in the background, this verse play brings the ancient story back to life.

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