The First 100 Years of Edith Piaf
by Trinity University
Sep. 25 - Sep. 26, 2015
The First 100 Years of Edith Piaf- a tribute to Edith Piaf is a musical journey in late 1930s France through Edith Piaf's songs. The audience follows stories of passions, memories, dreams, and the fire of believing in love. Trinity Theatre is excited to present this innovative one-woman show leading up to Teatro Potlach's collaborative work with students, Invisible Cities.
Presented by Stieren Guest Artists Teatro Potlach
Written and Performed by Nathalie Mentha
Directed by Pino di Buduo
Teatro Potlach was founded in 1976 by Pino di Buduo and Daniela Regnoli. In its nearly four decades of existence, the group has created innovative, provocative, experimental and influential work both in traditional theatres and in outdoor urban spaces.
Invisible Cities (named after Italo Calvino's famous novel) will build on Trinity University's campus: "Through an anthropological analysis based on historical and cultural research, the project is meant to let the city re-emerge in order to be given back to its people -
a city never seen before, though still clear in the memories of its inhabitants and capable therefore to awaken their sense of belonging."
[photo of Nathalie Mentha via Touchstone Theatre, PA]
September 25 - September 26, 2015
San Antonio, TX, 78212
September 25 - 26 at 8 p.m. Two nights only
Stieren Theatre in the Ruth Taylor Theatre Building
Tickets $12 general admission, $8 senior citizens, $8 alumni, faculty, staff, $6 students, $6 SATCO members
Reservations are encouraged! Click HERE or call 210 999-8515 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org