The Ladies of the Camelias by Lillian Groag
A hilarious farce about a semi-historical meeting between the raving 19th century divas Sarah Bernhardt and Eleonora Duse, taking place in a theatre taken over by a Russian bolshevik terrorist.
Scenic design by David Leugs
Lighting design by Catie Dreher
Costume design by Marcia van Kuiken
The diva of 19th century Romantic Theatre
The rivals in a rare empathetic moment
In this play a louse of Bolshevik terrorist attempts to take over the theatre.
Clinging to one another in terror
She is treated as a slave, even though she's the best actress among the three.
He tries to take over the theatre on the famous night when Eleonora Duese and Sarah Bernhardt were in Paris.
The action of this play is a bit of a crazy farce as the characters rival one another even in the midst of a terrorist takeover
She placed her roses into the camelias, to reveal the end of the rivalry.
They find themselves caught in a terrible place and bond together to survive.