Part of the Applause Concert Series
In this new musical set in March, 1899, French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, passes out in a gutter and is kidnapped. He awakes in the Chateau St. James, an asylum. Triggered by his imagination and a need to understand his downfall, the St. James continuously transforms around Lautrec into an intoxicating and provocative world—one that inspires, yet may destroy him.
Julianne Wick Davis
Book and Lyrics
by John Dietrich
Supported in part by the Frank Young Fund for New Musicals, a program of National Alliance for Musical Theatre - www.namt.org
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