I wasn’t raised I was built: I was built to be this thing; and now they’re killing me for it.
The eyes of the court are on her, and nothing good can come of it. They used to love Marie just the way she was. But now change is in the air and things are about to be different for France’s isolated young queen. Things are about to be different for everybody. Aren’t they?
Marin Ireland (Blasted) returns to Soho Rep. to take on Marie in a raw, fantastical, and funny production about a moment in time when the political suddenly got very personal. You’ve never seen a history play quite like this.
Set Design by Riccardo Hernandez, Costume Design by Anka Lupes, Lighting Design by Stephen Strawbridge, Sound Design by Matt Hubbs, Wig Design by Amanda Miller, Projection Design by Christopher Ash, Props by Jon Knust, Choreography by Sam Pinkleton, Fight Direction by Michael Rossmy, Illustration by Bee, Production Stage Manager: Amanda Spooner, Production Manager: BD White.
Featuring Marsha Stephanie Blake, David Greenspan, Jennifer Ikeda, Marin Ireland, Aimee Laurence, Karl Miller, Quentin Morales, Will Pullen, Steven Rattazzi, and Chris Stack.
Marie Antoinette was commissioned by Yale Repertory Theatre and premiered in a co-production with American Repertory Theater in 2012. Funding for this production is provided, in part, by Yale’s Binger Center for New Theatre.
Running time: 90 mins (no interval)
Fifteen minutes prior to each performance, a limited number of rush tickets will be available for $30 (or $20 for students with valid ID). Due to the unique configuration of our performance space, those waiting for rush tickets must form a line outside of the theater and will be served on a first-come, first-served basis. Each individual may purchase up to two rush tickets and payment is cash only.