Actaeon: A Tragedy in One Act

“My love for you was greater than my wisdom.” – Medea, Euripides

While out hunting in the forests of Orchomenos, Actaeon – a young huntsman – spies Artemis bathing with her wood nymphs. Falling in love almost immediately, he decides to pray to Aphrodite for help, unaware of the troubled history between the two goddesses.

To read the play in full, download the PDF below.

Actaeon

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