"Aurelia's Oratorio"

Nov 28 2008 - Jan 3 2009

Aurelia's Oratorio

Aurelia's Oratorio

Aurélia Thierrée in Aurélia's Oratorio, written and directed by Victoria Thierrée Chaplin.

Photo: Richard Haughton.

"Aurelia's Oratorio" is Victoria Thierree Chaplin's dazzling display of stage illusion, inspired by the magic of music hall and circus. Starring daughter Aurelia Thierre, granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin. Also featuring Jaime Martinez (from Nov. 28-Dec. 28) and Julio Monge (from Dec. 13-Jan. 3). An ideal holiday treat suitable for the whole family, children included.

Performances take place at Loeb Drama Center Main Stage, 64 Brattle St., various times. Some dates have pre-play discussions and matinees, see Web site for full schedule. Tickets are $25-79 general; $8 students/senior citizens. Tickets are available through the A.R.T. Box Office (617) 547-8300, in person at the Loeb Drama Center Box Office, or

American Repertory Theatre

64 Brattle Street · Cambridge, MA

The American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.) occupies a unique place in the American theatre. It is the only professional not-for-profit theatre in the country that maintains a resident acting company and an international training conservatory, and that operates in association with a major university. Over its twenty-seven year history the A.R.T. has welcomed American and international theatre artists who have enriched the theatrical life of the nation. The theatre has garnered many of the nation’s most distinguished awards, including a Pulitzer Prize, a Tony Award, and a Jujamcyn Award.