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Photos: Emerson Stage Presents French Queen’s Early Days in ‘Marie Antoinette’

Emerson Stage’s Marie Antoinette depicts the early days of the French queen’s monarchy, and its deterioration as the revolution brews in her country.

The show is being performed on Friday and Saturday at 8:00 p.m., with matinee shows on Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m.

Photos by Craig Bailey/Perspective Photo

  • A man tends to a woman's hair
  • A man and woman kneel while another person hugs their legs while sitting on ground
  • A woman sits on a chair on stage
  • One woman stands with arms open while another sits on the ground
  • A man looks to the side while having his leg up on a bench
  • A woman performs as Marie Antoinette
  • A woman sits on a bench while a man holds her hand and he is standing with one foot on the bench
  • A woman wearing a dress
  • A stage

Written by: David Adjmi
Director: Annie G. Levy
Scenic Design: Alex Mollo
Projections Design: Alex Koch
Props Lead: Julia Wonkka
Sound Design and Original Music: Nathan Leigh
Costume Design: Emily Geldermann
Lighting Design: Mikayla Brown
Fight Choreography: Ted Hewlett
Stage Manager: Kirsten Davis
Dramaturgs: Lee Forrest, Preslee Krout, Allison Taaffe, Carter White
For more info please visit emersonstage.org/marie-antoinette.

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