Brideshead Obliterated Elise LeBreton

About This Show

A young artist becomes romantically entangled with a family of disgraced English aristocrats, and his life is never the same. Part literary deconstruction, part orgiastic karaoke party, this reimagining of the 1945 novel Brideshead Revisited interrogates assimilation, desire, and the longing to go home.

about the artists

Elise LeBreton (Playwright) is a writer and performer whose work has been produced by The Brick, AntiMatter Collective, and Stage74, and published in The Toast. As an actor, Elise has appeared with Trinity Rep, Intiman Theatre Festival, The Williams Project, Woodshed Collective, UglyRhino, and The Drama League. Elise is on the literary staff of Roundabout Theatre Company, a former Kennedy Center Dramaturgy Fellow, and a member of The Williams Project. Elise holds a BS in Theatre from University of Evansville and an MFA in Acting from Brown/Trinity Rep.

Dan Rogers (Director) is co-founder of AntiMatter Collective. He’s a 2015 Drama League Directing Fellow and holds an MFA in Directing from Brown/Trinity. Projects include The Fall of All Atomic Angels by Zach Rufa and The Stripperers by Eryk Aughenbaugh at the Public, as part of the Brooklyn College MFA Playwriting program’s Weasel Festival; A Campfire Requiem, a song cycle by Rick Burkhardt at HERE; Old Bones, an immersive adventure by Elise LeBreton; sixsixsix by Gregory S. Moss, a black mass staged in a 20,000 sq. ft. warehouse; and The Future Perfect by Adam Scott Mazer, AntiMatter’s next project in collaboration with the Harvard Anthropology Department.

Friday, October 6, 2017 at 7:30pm

General Admission

$15 in advance

$18 at the door



Estimated Runtime
80 minutes

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Photo credit:

Elise LeBreton