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2018/19 Season

The Lark

Written by: Jean Anouilh, Adapted by Lillian Hellman
Directed by: Gigi Bermingham

May 19, 2019 6:30 pm

Antaeus Black Box

Written in 1953 as France was recovering from the Nazi occupation of WWII, L’Alouette examines collaboration and resistance – and what constitutes heresy. The divinely inspired warrior Joan of Arc has been imprisoned; the setting is her 15th century trial with flashbacks to her life. Both the English occupiers and Catholic bishops are strongly motivated to condemn her.

Earl of Warwick: Janet Greaves*
Bishop Cauchon: Fran Bennett*
Joan: Shannon Lee Clair*
Joan’s Father/Queen Yolande/Executioner: Kitty Swink*
Joan’s Mother/Little Queen/English Soldier: Kwana Martinez*
Joan’s Brother/Agnes Sorel/Boudousse: Spencer Carney
The Promoter/M. de la Tremouille: Karen Malina White*
The Inquisitor/Squire Robert de Beaudricourt: Joel Swetow*
Brother Ladvenu: Juls Hoover
Charles, The Dauphin: Doug Harvey*
Captain La Hire/Archbishop of Reims: Daniel Bess*

*member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers in the U.S. This production is presented under the auspices of the Actors’ Equity Los Angeles Membership Company Rule

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