Siberian Iris is the story of a young immigrant woman driven from her Russian village in 1912. She becomes a servant in the palace of Tsar Nicholas II and is swept up in the court intrigue. Her creativity and imagination carry her from the palace basement laundry to the rooms of Rasputin and the Dowager Empress. As events unfold, she is sent to a Siberian monastery where she becomes involved with the forest insurgents who call themselves the "People's Army." Her relationships with some of the most controversial figures in Russian History tell a personal story inside the world-changing events of the 20th Century's second decade.
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Lauren Carley, born in Michigan, resides with her wife in Oakland, CA. She writes one-person shows for the stage which have toured from San Francisco’s Solo Mio Festival and Herbst Hall to New York City’s Symphony Space, from Italy’s Spoleto Festival to Radio France. She has taught writing for the stage at Colorado College. A professional vocalist, she sings and teaches for UC Berkeley.
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