Orlando: Sara Ruhl's Adaptation of the Virginia Woolf Novel
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The uproarious drag sendup of HBO's beloved series Sex and the City returns after enjoying sold-out runs for the past two years. From RuPaul's Drag Race, special guest Alaska joins Velvet Rage Productions, who brought you previous stage adaptations of Roseanne and Designing Women, for this loving tribute to the iconic show. Velvet Rage favorites Heklina (Trannyshack), D'Arcy Drollinger (Shit & Champagne) and Lady Bear (Roseanne) complete the cast of four professional women who search for love in the big city between sipping cosmopolitans. Each performance will feature two episodes recreating your favorite moments from the show's six seasons. Learn More
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“Simplicity is magical in Orlando. That’s as true for Sarah Ruhl’s lovingly crafted adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s time-bending, gender-shifting novel as it is for Woolf’s mesmerizing prose. In the TheatreFirst Orlando … the simple directness of staging and acting work an incremental wonder all their own.” -San Francisco Chronicle;
_"_Ruhl’s adaptation beautifully captures the spare eloquence of Woolf’s language from the novel … Director Domenique Lozano gives the play a graceful and sparkling staging with a strong cast." -KQED
“Admirers of Woolf and Ruhl will be very happy with this production, as will anybody looking for a good time, lots of laughter, and something to think about.” -theatrestorm.com
“(Domenique) Lozano has directed the show in a fast-paced combination of dance and slapstick … and the half-dozen in the cast perform all that’s demanded of them beautifully for the astoundingly rapid hour-and-45-minutes the show plays.” -San Jose Mercury News
A magical night of theatre directed by TheatreFirst, ACT and Cal Shakes Associate Artist, Domenique Lozano (ACT’s A Christmas Carol, TheatreFirst’s The Drawer Boy) and produced by TheatreFirst, one of the Bay Area’s preeminent new works companies.
Starring Stephanie DeMott of the American Conservatory Theatre as Orlando.