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L’histoire du Soldat


Character: The Devil

Directed by: Kent Nagano

Venue: Summerfest La Jolla, La Jolla, CA

A soldier, returning home from war, chances upon a stranger who offers to buy his violin in exchange for a book which can predict the future. The stranger is none other than the devil.

Reviews

The production relied on Gates McFadden. With winning versatility, she assumed the devilish guises of a sly old man, a woman with a cockney accent, and a boisterous ex-solider with a Texas twang. – San Diego Union-Tribune [source]

What they said about her

The San Diego Union-Tribune raved, “The production relied on Gates McFadden. With winning versatility, she assumed the devilish guises of a sly old man, a woman with a Cockney accent, and a boisterous ex-soldier with a Texas twang.” [from THE FINEST CREW IN THE FLEET The Next Generation Cast On Screen and Off Adam Shrager by Adam Shrager

Script developed by Never Enough Design