Campus Arts Event
This adaptation of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra rewrites what we know about Cleopatra's legacy as a military strategist, political leader, and queen, and the women who helped shape her into the icon she is today.
Lenfest Center for the Arts
April 07, 2022 | 8:00 pm
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Lenfest Center for the Arts
615 West 129th Street
New York, NY 10027
(enter on 125th Street, west of Broadway)

About The Performance


Laurel AndersenSanam ErfaniJoe LaureiroSaskia NaidooOreine RobinsonClaudia Thiedmann, and Will Thomae.

Production Team & Crew

Director: Liz Peterson (student) 
Dramaturgs: Alexis Williams (student) & Phoebe Brooks (student) 
Producer: Joanna Pisano (student) 
Assistant Producer: Abigail Williams-Joseph (student) 
Company Manager: Eva Wang (student) 
Production Stage Manager: Amy Rauchwerger (student) 
Assistant Stage Manager: Sam Clarke (student) 
Scenic Designers: Liz Peterson (student), Tavish Miller, & Josh Barilla
Costume Designer: Rachel Dozier-Ezell
Lighting Designer: Betsy Chester
Sound Designer: Lucky Bommireddy
Props Designer: Josh Barilla
Projection Designer: Davine Byon


About the Artist

Liz Peterson is a theatre director and maker-of-performances. Liz’s perennial curiosities feature alternate dimensions and mixed-race identities, while her current obsessions include the end of empire, femme solidarity, and hallucinatory states. Born in Manchester, UK, to a Mancunian mother and Anglo-Indian/Burmese father, Liz is from St.John’s, Melipilla and Tkaronto. Recent collaborations include live broadcast CLOUDS, and You Can’t Touch my Sister I Ate In The Womb by Fiona Gorry-Hines. Studies: University of Toronto, BA in Theatre / French Linguistics; Columbia University, MFA in directing.

Image: Engraving of an ouroboros from the Chrysopoeia of Cleopatra, manuscript ca. 10th century