Elizabeth Wautlet Will Be Working On Her One Person Show "Jubilee" From March 6-20, Which Will Include A Performance Of The Work The Weekend Of March 17th.
Elizabeth has created and performed original work for the Inside Stories International Performance Festival in Madison, Wisconsin, the Montmartre Dionysia Labs, Bilingual Acting Workshop and the OuiShare Festival in Paris, as well as the BUC Anglophone Theatre Festival near Versailles, in France. She is an actress and director for The Big Funk Company in Paris and project director of New Voices New Projects, a Paris-based platform for emerging theatre talent. She is a producer of the Paris Fringe and has led theatre workshops throughout France (including Avignon, Paris, La Réunion, Martinique...), in New Orleans and at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Elizabeth is currently an acting instructor at Cours Florent, in Paris.
“Elizabeth’s performance style combines carefully crafted layering of images and text, live performance and film, and juxtaposing humor with darker emotions... On stage she has an Audrey Hepburn-like elegance and charm, but also a strong presence with a hint of danger.” – Leslie Hill, internationally acclaimed performance artist and co-founder of Curious
Tonight's The Night, The Jubilee! But can canceling debts lead to true forgiveness?: “You First, For Pushing Me In, And Then Me For Letting You”...
Jubilee, is about a father, a daughter, debt... and all the ways we owe. Debt As A Mental Construct, Debt As A System Of Morality And Debt As Bank Loan, Credit Cards nd A Lot Of Fine Prin. ntire Economies And Worlds - Our World – Is elicately (Im)Balanced Upon It.
From The Merchant Of Venice To Faust, From Greece To Subprime Mortgages, Debt Is A Timeless Theme Anchored Within Time-Based Repayment Plans. It Is Something We Know, A Void Or Obligation We Feel And Something We Get Out Of... Or Don’t.