Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Extras, Show #2, Reviews

Following tonight's show, we'll be uploading pictures, audio/score samples, and other great behind-the-scenes extras! Leave any requests in the comments.

Tonight! Tuesday, July 13 at 10:00pm.

In this lovely, 140-seat, air-conditioned space:
Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church

More reviews coming soon!

1. Joel Markowitz (DC Theatre Scene, via Facebook)
- "Oblivion is so beautiful, one hour of sheer beauty."
- "Don't miss it. I'm going to make time to see it again."
- "The Plumtree [...] is one of the most beautiful songs I have heard on the stage."

2. Bob Anthony (allartsreview4u.com)
- "His libretto was lyrically most adept."
- "Rachel Evangeline Barham and Alexander Wolniak had very smooth legato with sincere acting so they commanded the stage artistically."

Visit the website to read these snippets in a fancy, Fading Scroller. My, your text fade-ins are so... gradual!

See you tonight!


  1. From Bob Anthony's review...

    ... harpsichord? Really? Nobody wants harpsichord. (Unless you're mid 90's Tori Amos, but that's different.)

  2. Haha, good point! I do think I'll use harpsichord for my next opera... one about Baroque librettist Metastasio... set in the 18th Century! But for Lovecraft? No.

    Actually, here are a few fun, contemporary harpsichord works:

    Alex Shapiro (Slip)

    Elodie Lauten (her neo-Baroque operas - John Adams meets Handel?)