CAMILLE & RODIN
CAMILLE & RODIN, focuses on the french sculptress, Camille Claudel’s descent into madness as she re-visits and confronts her past with her family who condemned her to an insane asylum and her mentor and lover, Auguste Rodin, renowned french sculptor, who never left his long term companion, seamstress, Rose Beuret to formalize his relationship with Camille.
THE HOUSE OF BERNALDA ALBA
Federico Garcia Lorca
The House of Bernarda Alba (Spanish: La casa de Bernarda Alba)
Upon her second husband's death, domineering matriarch Bernarda Alba imposes an eight-year mourning period on her household and her five daughters whom she has controlled inexorably and prohibited from any form of relationship. The play explores themes of repression, passion, and conformity, and inspects the effects of men upon women.