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Past Performances

Eliseo Theatre
Rome, Italy
April 20-25, 2010

Comédie des Champs Elysées Theatre
Paris, France

Starring Caroline Silhol
Directed by Michel Fagadau
Nov 2009 - Mar 2010

Auditorium Parco Della Musica at the Festa del Cinema
(Roma Film Fesitval)
Rome, Italy
Oct 2008

Big Arts Center
Sanibel Island, FL
Feb 2008

Foulds Theatre
Ft. Myers, FL
Fall 200

Spindletop Hall
Lexington, KY
Nov 2007

59E59 Theaters
New York
Winter 2004

The Kings Head Theatre
London, England
Fall 2001

Jermyn Street Theatre
London, England
Summer 2001

The Tiffany
Los Angeles, CA
Fall 2000

Vivien returned to a favorite stage.

Madison Cultural Center
Madison, GA
Fall 2000

The 2000 regional tour began fall
, 2000 at the beautiful Madison Cultural Center in Madison, Georgia.

The Scenedock Theatre

Los Angeles, CA
Winter 1998

Vivien ran for three weeks as a fundraiser for "Festival Theatre USC-USA," aiding playwrights, directors, and actors for the journey to Scotland. The Scenedock Theatre is a recently renovated space for USC’s School of Theatre, replacing the legendary Greenroom Theatre after it burned to the ground.

Theatre LaB
Houston, Texas
Summer, 1998

Accepting an invitation to open Theatre LaB’s "Hollywood Season," Vivien continued to meet critical acclaim and standing-room only houses. Theatre LaB is Houston’s Premiere Off-Broadway Theatre, presenting contemporary works from around the world.

The Tiffany
Los Angeles, CA
Spring 1998

Playing to sold-out houses and standing ovations, Vivien was extended for three months at the delightful Tiffany. Word-of-mouth response, returning patrons, and incredible press turnout made Vivien a tremendous success.

Edinburgh International Fringe Festival
Edinburgh, Scotland
Summer 1997

Vivien’s world premiere was at The Drummond Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland. It was commissioned after director John Edw. Blankenchip saw Marcy Lafferty’s short film, "Vivien: The Movie, The Marriage, The Madness."


* Theatres range in size from 125 – 200 seating capacity.