Mata Hari In Eight Bullets
  • Edinburgh Fringe

Presented by Gallus Global Productions, award-winning chanteuse Onalea Gilbertson (heir apparent of Ute Lemper) conjures up a fever-dream into the heart, mind and soul of Mata Hari, exotic dancer, courtesan, international superstar, imprisoned in France on espionage charges during World War I. She went from being Europe's most desired woman to most despised. One of the 20th century's most misunderstood women gets her chance at redemption in this one-woman tour de force. Written by David Rhymer, directed by Peter Schneider: Tony award-winning producer of The Lion King (NYC), director of Sister Act (London).

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