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Leni Riefenstahl was the brilliant German film director of Triumph of the Will and Olympia, films cited by Pauline Kael as “the two greatest films ever directed by a woman,” and which also served as propaganda for Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. In Sarah Greenman’s wildly creative multimedia play, Riefenstahl’s older and younger selves edit a film of the director’s life, playing out and reshooting scenes from her past until the director finds the beauty she is seeking. Leni is an extraordinary work about artistic responsibility, narcissism and denial.

“Greenman demonstrates a masterful confidence as her text darts from one decade to the next and one Leni to another.”- Seattle Weekly



Runtime: 80 minutes, without an intermission

Member of *Actors' Equity Association, +Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, **United Scenic Artists
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artists

STACY ROSS* - Helene
MARTHA BRIGHAM* - Leni

SARAH GREENMAN - Playwright

JON TRACY+ - Director

NINA BALL** - Scenic Designer
MAGGIE WHITAKER** - Costume Designer
KURT LANDISMAN** - Lighting Designer
TEDDY HULSKER - Sound & Video Designer
BRITTANY WHITE - Props Master
AMANDA MASON* - Stage Manager
NANCY CARLIN - Dialect Coach
STACY ROSS* was last seen in Tom Stoppard’s The Hard Problem at A.C.T., which followed a summer of the west coast premiere of The Thrush and the Woodpecker at Custom Made Theatre and Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing at Califonia Shakespeare Theatre. At Aurora Theatre Company she has had the pleasure of performing in such classics as Hedda Gabler and A Kind of Alaska as well as the contemporary and cutting edge Gideon’s Knot. She’s happy to be back.
MARTHA BRIGHAM* is so excited to return to Aurora Theatre Company! Stage Credits include Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberly (Marin Theatre Company), The Birds (Symmetry Theatre), Value Over Replacement (Playground-SF), The How and the Why (Aurora Theatre Company), Stupid Fucking Bird (San Francisco Playhouse), The Tall Girls (La Jolla Playhouse), The Man in the Red Suit (Secret Rose Theatre), The Cross Over (Marilyn Monroe Theatre). Film and television include Children of Sorrow, The Man in the Red Suit, The Empire Builders, First Day. She graduated from the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute as well as studying with Steppenwolf West under alumni Tom Irwin and LA’s comedy improv group, The Groundlings.
Member of *Actors' Equity Association, +Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, **United Scenic Artists

Please click to explore a timeline of the life of Leni Riefenstahl:

Leni Dramaturgy

 

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Photos by David Allen
*Member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers
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