Phaedra’s Love is Sarah Kane’s 1996 contemporary adaptation of Seneca’s Phaedra. In her play, Kane examines perceptions of love, humanity and self through the prism of obsession, incest and unrequited lust.
Directed by Marina McClure, the play will be performed at CalArts tonight and Saturday and May 2-3. For the development of this project, McClure encouraged all designers, performers, managers and technicians to step outside of their assigned roles, and experiment with different materials, technologies, techniques, and ways of creating a performance.
We’ve been provided dozens of photos by Phaedra‘s cast and crew that document their set and production development process. We’ve selected a few and have posted them above.
at CalArts / E-407
24700 McBean Parkway, Valencia, Calif.
General admission is $10; $2 for CalArts students and associates with valid ID