Vancouver East Cultural Centre, March 14 – 18, 2006
An absurdist clown retelling of the French Revolution as told by the severed head of Marie Antoinette. A physical piece about the denial of death and change. Death is a great clown subject. Humour is mankind’s saviour.
Written by Manon Beaudoin / Directed by James Fagan Tait / Musical direction by Joelysa Pankanea.
Featuring Patti Allan, Lois Anderson, Manon Beaudoin, Camille Gingras, Robert Perrault / musicians Allison Jenkins and Joelysa Pankanea. Set Desgin Bryan Pollock / Lighting Design Itai Erdal / Costumes Marina Szijarto