Woman in the Blue Dress

On now through Nov. 8

Written by Lauren Unbekant

Script Dramaturgy by Kyle Bass

Directed by Leslie Noble

Featuring Kathleen Wrinn as Henriette Henriot

At the Hosmer Auditorium at the Everson Museum of Art.

$5 tickets available at the Everson Box Office during regular museum hours

Groups call 474-6064

Woman in the Blue Dress is a multi-media theatre work that brings to life Henriette Henriot, a fledgling actress at the Th (c) tre de L'Od (c)on in Paris, and model for artist Pierre-August Renoir's La Parisienne. In the work, Henriette shares her provocative story of life in the theatre, her experience in the Parisian art world of the 1870s, and what it was like to model for Renoir, the most shocking Impressionist painter of his day.

This original 30-minute piece by Syracuse Stage's Director of Educational Programming Lauren Unbekant is presented in association with the Everson's exhibit Turner to C (c)zanne: Masterpieces from the Davies Collection, National Museum Wales. It has been made possible in part by a grant from the Chancellor Leadership Project of Syracuse University in conjunction with Imagining America.

"I thought it would be interesting to explore who this woman was, and to look at visual art from a theatrical point of view. Theatre and Impressionism are alike--they require that viewers bring their own perspective to the work. My intention with Woman in the Blue Dress was to mirror the breakthrough innovations of the Impressionism movement." - Lauren Unbekant, Playwright

Performance times:

Oct 23 -- 12:15 pm

Oct 24 -- 11 am & 2 pm

Oct 25 -- 11 am

Oct 27 -- 12:15 pm

Oct 29 -- 12:15 pm

Oct 30 -- 12:15 pm

Oct 31 -- 11 am

Nov 1 -- 11 am, 2 pm & 4 pm

Nov 3 -- 12:15 pm

Nov 5 -- 12:15 pm

Nov 6 -- 12:15 pm

Nov 7 -- 11 am & 2 pm

Nov 8 -- 11 am

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