The final stage show of the 2021/22 season is being held at the Persephone Theater throughout April.
Revolutionaries Lauren Gunderson is taking to the stage earlier this week.
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The show features women who gathered at the height of the French Revolution in an unlikely situation.
In one release, the play is described as they kill together, leave and lose their heads. But most importantly, they tried to defeat the extremist frenzy of Paris 1793.
“This grand comedy is about art and activism, feminism and terrorism, patriotism and elected sisters, legacy and how we are going to change the world.”
The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, with actors returning to interacting with the live audience, the fourth show of the season for the theater, the actor said. Revolutionaries Kathleen McLean
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“Being on stage and being in front of other people is really exciting, I feel so different,” McLean said.
“I’ve done some theater outside, and being in the theater is very exciting.”
The show runs from April 8 to 30, with preview rights open to the public on April 6 and 7. For more information, visit the Persephone Theater website
This is the final work until the autumn season.
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