BY MARGRET ECHEVERRIA It is a dangerous endeavor to present a dramatization of history to a New York City audience that will surely be comprised of intellects and cynics – especially when the history presented is somewhat familiar and a frequently favorite story among dramatic storytellers. What a thrill it was to be in the presence of a genius collaboration of writer, director and cast and witness this production which deftly surmounts all risk and draws one in from its very first moment. Marie Antoinette is often sold as a vapid creature incapable of preventing her eventual slaughter. ...Read More
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