Graduate Student Performs in “Bérénice: An Actress in Occupied Paris”
Graduate student Danielle Levin performs an international dramatic reading from an award-winning novel, “Bérénice 1934–44: An Actress in Occupied Paris,” on Oct. 11 at 2 p.m. (EDT)/11 a.m. (PDT). The reading will be followed by discussion with author Isabelle Stibbe and translators Zack Rogow and Renée Morel.
The novel centers on Bérénice who is forced to choose between her passion for the stage and her Jewish heritage amidst the rise of fascism in Europe.
Levin, a second-year graduate student, is a San Francisco Bay Area-based actor and dialect coach. She has performed with Marin Theatre Company, Shotgun Players, Crowded Fire, Aurora Theatre Company, SF Playhouse, TheatreWorks, Word for Word, among others. Danielle is an Associate Artist with TheatreFIRST, Symmetry Theatre Company, and PlayGround SF.
The event is produced by The Workers Circle. For access details, please visit their website.