Memoir Offers a Glimpse Into the Life of Sarah Bernhardt
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The last date listed for Memoir was Sunday August 14, 2011 / 2:30pm.
Currently at Greenhouse Theater Center:
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Pat C.Red Velvet
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It was fun to watch a talented actress mimicking Sarah Bernhardt as she played the role of Sarah Bernhardt. It was a challenging role, deftly handled. The actor who played the only other character--her beloved valet Pitou--was a joy to watch as he assumed the roles of various people from Sarah's past (including her mother!), as the two struggled to complete her memoirs. Touching, funny, and quite informative.
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We enjoyed the "duet" between the actors. Both of them handled their parts with professional ease. In particualar she was able to convey the aging international star in a way that conveyed a combination of serious dialogue with her secretary...continued
Written by John Murrell
Directed by Tim Curtis
Featuring Cheryl McFarren and Scott Olson