"Yes. That’s the part I feel the most sharply: I love him."
A curse has fallen upon Pasiphae, Queen of Crete. She can’t sleep, haunted by incurable nightmares, and feels her grip on reality slip through her fingers. An exploration of motherhood, lust and fate as a woman falls in love with a bull and conceives a monster.
‘Pasiphae' stands as an innovative imagining of Euripides’ lost play ‘The Cretans’, weaving together an ancient chorus with modern puppetry to revive a story which has lain dormant for centuries.