The 1920s was the time of flappers, flamboyance, and the face of Alla Nazimova!
“Garden of Alla: The Alla Nazimova Story,” an original multimedia solo show, tells the story of perhaps the most famous star you’ve never heard of, and one of the most visionary artists of the 20th Century: trailblazing lesbian iconoclast Alla Nazimova.
A Jewish immigrant who escaped Tsarist Crimea, she went on to become a Broadway megastar, silent film legend, and one of the first female directors and producers in Hollywood.
The show was last seen at the Cutting Room and on Theater Row at Theater 555 in New York. Earlier productions include the Kennedy Center, the Players Club, 59E59, HERE, Dixon Place and the Edinburgh Fringe.