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THE DOPPELGANGER, a play in eighteen paintings - Nov. 6, 2009

01 Nov 2009 10:38 AM | Anonymous
What really happened between Edouard Manet and his muse, the artist Berthe Morisot?  He made more than a dozen portraits of her over a six-year period: then she married his brother, and Manet never painted her again.  THE DOPPELGANGER explores love from fantastic to romantic to real, through the lens of Manet's and Morisot's artworks.  
  Cleveland Public Theatre's "Little Box" series of Stage Readings awarded the play a grant, and it will be read at CPT on Friday, November 6th, 2009 at 7.30pm in their Storefront Theatre.  Tickets are $8/10 and seating is limited.  6415 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio  (216) 631-2727 |  Please join us for the reading and feedback session. 

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