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Though the American Repertory Theater's inaugural run of Marie Antoinette concluded at the end of September, we've still got Marie fever here at Miss KL. Punctuating a month-long exploration of the production, we are excited to introduce both "Heads Will Roll" and a mini-doc about the play.
If Adjmi's interpretation of this royal lass strays from the actualities of her life, then we don't care! Cussing, dancing, and self-realizing are perfect for our version of Marie's legend.
We've already gushed about the costumes worn in the American Repertory's world premiere of Marie Antoinette. Naturally, we wanted to peer deeper into the fashion legacy of the Queen, so chatting up the production's costume designer Gabriel Berry was a must.
In the interest of French fashion and cake, we are bringing you a ton of Marie Antoinette content throughout September: interviews, behind the scenes footage, and a lookbook shot on the play's bold set! To top it off (the icing on the cake, if you will) we have a sweet little giveaway!
Brooke Bloom illustrates the highs and lows of a enigmatic woman who made a major imprint on history in the A.R.T.'s latest production, Marie Antoinette. we recommend you dive in and get to know her a little better!
The story usually goes "rags to riches," but the American Repertory Theater reminds us that sometimes history proves itself otherwise. In Marie Antoinette, playwright David Adjmi tells the story of France's most notorious Queen on the downward spiral from riches to rags.