In 1895 Paris an elderly man, confused and unwell, disrupts a rehearsal of Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata. As he is being escorted from the theatre, he is recognized as Alexandre Dumas fils, the world famous author of the novel and the play La Dame aux Camélias upon which La Traviata is based. As the rehearsal continues, Dumas remembers his love affair of a half century prior that inspired his novel and play as well as Verdi’s opera. Prompted by the soaring arias and duets, Dumas is forced to confront his memories, regrets and guilt as he tries to reconcile the conflict between the reality of actual events and the varying levels of fiction and artifice he created from those events. Dumas’ Camille is a play with music filled with Verdi’s rich and powerful melodies from La Traviata. Directed by Charles Morey. Featuring: Gus Kaikkonen, Rebecca Brinkley, Bridget Beirne, Alex Carr.