Copresented by the UCLA Center for European and Russian Studies
In this performance installation of Victor Hugo’s writing, artists bring to life a compilation of works that made Hugo a pivotal figure in the social, political, and cultural life of 19th-century France through live music, theatrical readings, dance, and shadow play.
Featuring Vaneh Assadourian, Isaiah Gage, Adrien Prévost, Victoria Rafael, Anthony Sorrells, and Gilles Stricher.
Lighting Design by Gelareh Soofi Siavash
Production Design by Yuki Izumihara
Music by Adrien Prévost
Created and Directed by Darcie Crager
All Hammer public programs are free and made possible by a major gift from an anonymous donor.
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