Paris Through The Window
"Number 16 Rue Saint-Gilles, the rowhouse built behind the sun. It's the happiest sunshine shade of yellow..." - Marielle Mansart
Rehearsing our workshop in North Carolina
Madame D flees Paris in glorious fashion.
Alan Seeger marching off to war on August 25th 1914, carrying the American flag
The flag Alan Seeger carried as he marched off to war.
An interview with a Paris television station.
Matthew Stephens directing the music
"My water lilies... Shades of pink, pops of white, washes of lavender, blinks of yellow, strokes of red..." - Claude Monet
Alan Seeger meets Claude Monet
Rehearsing at Broadway au Carré in Paris.
Marielle tells Alan of her tragic past
Our lock on the Pont des Arts.
Bohemian artists celebrate at the notorious Bal Bullier.
Rehearsal for our workshop in North Carolina.
"And the Little Girl was right. There's nothing to be sad about... We just need a thousand et trois balloons, and a very tall tower to get there."
Marielle's children's story comes to life, as she imagines what happened to her child.
"Hail brothers, and farewell. You are twice blest, brave hearts; double your glory is who perished thus, for you have died for France and vindicated us." - Alan Seeger
Patrick Osteen as Alan's statue
Paris goes to war.
Releasing a balloon in remembrance of Alan Seeger at his statue in the Place des Etats-Unis, Paris.
Marielle sees Alan's statue
Staged reading at Off-Broadway's York Theatre
Addressing the crowd at the Alan Seeger Memorial in Washington Square Park, just steps away from his New York home, on the 100th anniversary of his enlistment.
Tony Speciale directs the cast
"Have you ever watched the sunrise over Notre Dame?... You count yourself lucky, blessed, to know how sweet it is to wake between Our Lady and our love." - Alan Seeger