Please note: no outside food/snacks are allowed at the theater. You may purchase concessions at the show.
Marie Antoinette and Charlotte Corday walk into a bar… Okay, not exactly, but The Revolutionists is a whirling fantasia of a tale about four fiery, renegade women whose lives collide during the French
Revolution. At the height of the Reign of Terror, playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte
Corday, activist Marianne Angelle, and former queen Marie Antoinette plot murder, try to beat back
extremist insanity in Paris, and explore how we actually go about changing the world in this irreverent, brutal comedy.
Recommended for 15 and up (strong language). Children under the age of 5 are not allowed in the theater.
Running time: Just under 2 hours (including intermission)
Saturday, September 3 at 6:45pm: Opening Night pre-show discussion with set designer Jodi Bobrovsky, lighting designer Mitchell Cronin, director Andrew Ruthven, and more. Free and open to all, whether you are seeing the play that night
or not. No need to RSVP.
After-parties following all Saturday night performances. Enjoy a free drink with the cast after the show! Included in ticket
price; no RSVP required.
Sundays, September 18 & 25: Post-show discussion. Join us for a virtual post-show discussion with playwright Lauren Gunderson via live stream from California! FREE; even if you are not attending the performance that day, you’re welcome to come. Just plan to arrive at the theater at 4:45pm.