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Buried Alive
Synopsis

“Happy will they be who lend an ear to the words of the dead.” - Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)

In a long soliiloque, Marie Lauveau II, known as the Voodoo Priestess of New Orleans, laments on the fact of her recent demise and that she has been a Voodoo Priestess. She undergoes a life review and asks for her mother's forgiveness in taking her name. In the end, all is forgiven and she is at peace.

Cast of Characters:

Marie Lauveau II, Voodoo Priestess. A stunning Creole woman of timeless beauty.

TIme:

June 15, 1881, New Orleans

Setting:

An occult parlor in the French Quarter of New Orleans, and other hullucinatory spaces in the mind of Marie Laveau.

 

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Marie Laveau


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