Created, written, and performed by Leanna Renee Hieber with letters of Clara Driscoll
Join us for a window into a lively life devoted to art, light, and beauty. This rebroadcast of Leanna Renee Hieber's presentation requires registration to receive the viewing link. Please register below.
Award-winning author, playwright and classically trained actress Leanna Renee Hieber channels the talented artist Clara Wolcott Driscoll, designer of iconic Tiffany lamps and the manager of the Women’s Glass Cutting department of Tiffany Studios from the late 19th century until 1909. Infused with passion and dedication, By the Light of Tiffany is a one-hour, one-woman theatrical presentation adapted from Driscoll’s personal letters, historical record, and inspiring details. This ‘virtual meeting with the artist’ showcases the vitality, innovation, and amusing insights of Driscoll, a woman emblematic of the role of women as leaders in the decorative arts movement.
Leanna Renee Hieber graduated from Miami University with a BFA in theatre and a focus in the 19th Century. She has performed in regional theatres around the country starring in Shakespeare, classical theatre, and adapting 19th century literature for the professional stage. A New York City resident, she is a licensed New York City tour guide, a member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA and has been featured in film and television shows like Boardwalk Empire and Mysteries at the Museum.
This session is free of charge. Registration and internet access are required to attend. Register below to recieve emailed information on how to access the conversation.
Registration will close on Thursday, Nov 25 after 6:pm The link will be emailed on Wednesday, November 24 after 4:00 pm. (AND again on the evening of Thursday, Nov 25)
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