Jour De Gloire

Jour De Gloire

One Eyed Jacks    4/2/2005 (schedule)
True Brew Playhouse    4/8/2005 - 4/10/2005 (schedule)
Voodoo Mystère Lounge    11/30/2008 - 12/14/2008 (schedule)

Category:  Drama · Professional

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Jour de Gloire is a line from the French national anthem, La Marseillaise: “Allons enfants de la Patrie/Le Jour de Gloire est arrive!” ("Come on children of the fatherland/The Day of Glory is here!") No one took that line more seriously in French history, perhaps world history, than Napoleon. His seduction of history consumed his entire life so much so that he overlooked the great wake of change, inspiringly positive and devastatingly negative, which he caused across Europe and the world.

In MIKKO MACCHIONE's lyrical play Jour De Gloire, history is embodied by the lovely Muse of History, Clio. For ...Read More

Total performances: 10

Mikko.... Napoleon Bonaparte *
Diana E.H. Shortes.... Clio
*=featured role

Mikko ....  Director; Playwright
Andrea Watson ....  Stage Manager
Michael Martin ....  house manager / publicity


Muses and Musing
by Dalt Wonk
Gambit Weekly
Napoleooon House
Napoleon House: The Book

Notes: The One Eyed Jacks performance was part of the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival.
References: Media; Publicity
Record created by: mcahill
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