A psychological and sensual triangle, Sabina is a captivating story of ambition, seduction and scandal. Haunted by her troubled past, a profoundly ill Russian woman arrives in a Zurich sanitarium and ignites the relationship between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. Under Jung's care, Sabina is cured and emerges to become Jung's muse, collaborator, lover and a preeminent analyst in her own right. Here is a dramatic portrait of pioneering doctors and the woman who changed the course of the revolutionary science that nearly destroyed her.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary season, Primary Stages presents an all new production of its acclaimed 1996 World Premiere of Willy Holtzman's Sabina.
Directed by Ethan McSweeny (Gore Vidal's The Best Man) Sabina features Marin Ireland (4:48 Psychosis, Nocturne), Victor Slezak (Salome, The Graduate), Adam Stein (Nocturne, The Lion King) and Peter Strauss (Chinese Friends, The Jericho Mile Emmy award, Rich Man Poor Man Emmy Award Nomination).
Changes to Schedule: Wednesdays February 9 & February 23, 2pm instead of 8pm; No Saturday Matinee on January 22