Red Bull artistic director Jesse Berger directs the 90-minute in-the-round staging of the classic revenge tale that will open March 15. Performances continue through April 1.
Smith-Cameron (Our Country's Good, As Bees in Honey Drown, "True Blood," "Margaret") will play Madame, with Reeder (Hedda Gabler, Top Girls, Sight Unseen) and Serralles (Maple and Vine, The Glass Cage) as her employees, Solange and Claire, respectively.
Here's how Red Bull bills the work: "Revenge tragedy meets film noir in this seductively playful and incendiary masterpiece. House-maid sisters Solange and Claire spend their days dreaming of escape, while their bourgeois employer Madame floats through life on champagne bubbles - until fantasies turn deadly in this thrilling psychological kaleidoscope of a play. Set in a phantasmagoric world of masks and mirrors, ceremonies and sensuality, heightened language and beautiful gesture, The Maids is ritualistic exploration of class, the nature of identity, and the power of imagination."
The production will have set design by Dane Laffrey, costume design by Sara Jean Tosetti, lighting design by Peter West and sound design by Brandon Wolcott.