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Catherine Filloux


Catherine Filloux's new play “LUZ” will premiere September 27, 2012 to October 14, 2012 at La MaMa in New York City, where she is an Artist in Residence. Directed by Jose Zayas, the play takes a hard look at gender-based violence in the global context and makes connections between the actions of corporations and their impact on human rights. Filloux's libretto “New Arrivals” for Houston Grand Opera “Song of Houston” premiered in June 2012, composed by John Glover. Filloux has also been commissioned to write a new one-woman play for the actress Marietta Hedges about the civil rights movement and the KKK. Filloux is currently developing her play  “All Dressed Up and Nowhere To Go” into a musical with Composer Jimmy Roberts (“I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change”) and John Daggett. 

Filloux recently traveled to Belfast, Northern Ireland for the Henry Smith Artist in Residence Programme in Woodvale Cambrai Community Centre and Holy Cross/ Wheatfield Primary Schools, with The Playhouse Derry-Londonderry, where she had the great privilege of working with Claudia Bernardi and Pauline Ross, and to do a screening of the Acting Together documentary with Cynthia Cohen.

Acting Together Case Study:
Read Catherine Filloux's original case study for the Acting Together project.

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