Becoming Julia Morgan - The True Story of the Noted Architect
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- “A beautiful and intelligently designed creation ... like her buildings, it is pleasing to the senses, with fine attention to detail and outstanding craftsmanship.” --Sacramento Bee
Becoming Julia Morgan is written by local writer Belinda Taylor and directed by Aurora Theater founder Barbara Oliver, starring award-winning Janis Stevens in the title role. The play shines a light on Morgan's bravery, fears, eccentricities, generosity and dedication to craftsmanship. Her success and the grace with which she lived her life serve to inspire us today, especially women and girls. The proof of her "confounding ability to conjure up beauty" is that we yearn to experience her buildings, be inside them, absorb the exciting visual elements and the harmony that are hallmarks of her artistry.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Julia Morgan Project
The Julia Morgan Project is 4 women in theater who have come together just to produce this delightful play about a remarkable woman we have come to admire as a model for us and for women in every field.