adapted and directed by Yaël Farber
About the Play
Internationally acclaimed adaptor/director Yaël Farber infuses this raw New Testament tale with evocative sound and physicality, drawing on ancient biblical and pagan texts, as well as Oscar Wilde’s landmark mystery play, to spin a tale as provocative as the Dance of the Seven Veils. Salomé marks STC’s entry in the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival with a world premiere adaptation by Farber, returning to STC after her Helen Hayes Award nominated Mies Julie. Salomé was commissioned through a grant from the Beech Street Foundation.
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Yaël Farber (Playwright and Director)
Yaël Farber is a multiple award-winning director and playwright of international acclaim. Her productions (The Crucible, Mies Julie, Nirbhaya, Molora, He Left Quietly, A Woman In Waiting, Amajuba) have toured extensively internationally - earning her a reputation for hard-hitting, controversial works of the highest artistic standard. Farber's production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible opened at The Old Vic in July 2014 to universal critical acclaim.