An Interview With Peggy Guggenheim is a monologue in musical form delivered by Peggy Guggenheim - the woman who was benefactress to Jackson Pollack and shocked the art world with her avant garde taste and independent outlook. This musical play is a meditation on what it meant to be a woman navigating the art world in the 1900's, and what it means to be an independent mind searching for meaning in a fragmented world. For one night only, Miss Guggenheim will take to the stage to reflect on her life and her legacy.
Bio: Julien Zotique is the author of three musical plays (RED: a musical fable for young people, Land of the Setting Sun, and An Interview With Peggy Guggenheim). He is an alumnus of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop. Places his writing has been seen/heard include: the Between the Seas Festival @ The Wild Project (NY), Symphony Space (NY), Hudson Hall (NY), Bard College Simon’s Rock (NY), Jamestown Arts Center (RI), Providence Art Club (RI). Places he has studied: EAMA Nadia Boulanger Institute at La Schola Cantorum (Paris, France), The Juilliard School, the highSCORE New Music Center (Pavia, Italy), Oberlin Conservatory in Italy, B.A. Music, Stony Brook University, M.S. Digital Media, NYU.
This show is being produced as part of The Tank's annual PrideFest 2018! For more information, click here.