Hear of the harrowing shipwreck and thirty years that Louis spent abroad until returning to London in the early 1900's and becoming a celebrity. His tales of aborigines, sea turtles, giant squids and black pearls enraptured early London audiences.His exploits even garnered him an audience with the Queen. Based upon the real life Louis de Rougemont, this story explores his rise and fall.
Directed by SaDonna Croff and featuring the talented cast of Rick Dethlefsen, starring as de Rougement, Steve Ledyard and Christine Fisk, this show careens from departure to debacle introducing us to a wide array of denizens. With minimal props and costume, Ledyard & Fisk transform from paper boy to Queen and from mother to publisher.
Performances are February 14, 15, 21 & 22. Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 at the door. All shows are in AA Creative Corridor, 1133 S. Washington Ave. Lansing, MI.
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