“Julie, Alone” / TogetherLA

“The patriarchy is a smog we all breathe.”

Coin & Ghost’s latest project, Julie, Alone, is a fresh take on Stringberg’s classic play, Miss Julie. This solo performance, created and performed by C&G’s own Marguerite French, takes Miss Julie‘s underlying themes — class warfare, sexuality, and the dynamics of power — and explodes them into a montage of cracked echoes, leaving us inside Julie’s head with the voices of her father, her servant Jean, and the deeply male-dominated culture in which she is forced to exist. A brief excerpt of the piece will be presented on October 17th, 2020, as part of ATLA’s Together LA Digital Theatre Festival.


Julie, Alone

Saturday, Oct. 17th, 2020 @7pm
Created and Performed by Marguerite French
Directed by Anjela Vega
Original Score by Erik Shiboski

 

About the Festival
34 of LA’s intimate theatre companies have collaborated to showcase new 10-minute works, created specifically for a digital platform. The Together LA Festival celebrates the vibrant and diverse intimate theatre scene of greater Los Angeles to show that the theatre community has always been on the forefront of innovation.

This festival is presented by Alternative Theatre Los Angeles and LA STAGE Alliance. Tickets are free, and all donations will go directly to Color of Change.

“The patriarchy is a smog we all breathe” is a reference to the work of Brittany Packnett Cunningham.
You can find her on Twitter at @MsPacketti.

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