What You'll Get
Collette Uncensored, a one-woman show that can now be seen at The Marsh Berkeley, takes an in-depth look at the trailblazing French novelist Colette. The Nobel Prize-winning author of Cheri, Duo and, most famously, Gigi, which was adapted into the blockbuster 1958 film directed by Hollywood maverick Vincente Minnelli, Colette was also an environmentalist and an ardent feminist whose progressive beliefs (particularly as they pertained to sexual liberation) made her a willing enemy of polite society. Actress Lorri Holt (Patch Adams) brings Colette to vivid life on stage, providing an overview of the writer's life while displaying her extraordinary gifts for storytelling, social commentary and humor. Come find out for yourself why the The San Francisco Examiner raved, "It's immediately clear how effortlessly this consummate actress channels early-20th-century French novelist Colette ... Holt simply embodies the rebellious character in all her (ever-so-French) self-confidence, vulnerability and sensual charm."
The show is approximately one hour and 15 minutes long, with no intermission.
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