“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.
June 15, 1881, New Orleans
An occult parlor in the French Quarter of New Orleans, and other hullucinatory spaces in the mind of Marie Laveau.