“this songstress, with her unique voice, shook my world when I heard her "
― M. L. M., The Huffington Post
Marie-Claire Giraud was born on the island of Dominica in The Caribbean, grew up in The Bronx, NYC, studied opera singing in Rome, Italy, and debuted at Carnegie Hall. She has performed on world stages singing, opera, jazz, and musical theater at Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, United Nations, Summerstage, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and HB Studio to name a few.
Marie-Claire is also a composer collaborating on a song cycle with Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Harbison and creating her very own style where she mixes her operatic vocals with other genres of music.
A firm believer in giving back MC reaches out to underprivileged children and young adults in her community of the South Bronx and whenever she tours locally, nationally, and internationally with awards from the NAACP, City of New York, and New York State Senate.
The Rogue Ensemble presents a live, socially distanced adaptation of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus.
About this Event
Hot on the heels of their smash hit touring production of AS YOU LIKE IT, the newly-minted Rogue Ensemble Theatre Company is set to tackle Shakespeare's most violent tragedy, TITUS ANDRONICUS. Adapted by Rogue Ensemble Artistic Director Christine Reisig and directed by Joey Nasta, this new socially-distant production reimagines the Bard's bloodiest tale as a macabre, ghostly requiem on the horror of revenge.
Performed at the steps of General Ulysses S. Grant's tomb, TITUS channels a corrupt, crumbling republic haunted by the ghosts of its failed caretakers. As the violent demon of revenge wreaks havoc in Rome, characters slowly forget themselves, changing from face to face until the carnage leaves little to be recognized.
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