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Loss of Eden
Cary John Franklin
Michael Patrick Albano
Philip Brunelle (Conductor)
Michael Patrick Albano (Director)
Karen TenEyck (Set Designer)
Mark McCullough (Lighting Designer)
Marie Anne Chiment (Costume Designer)
Keith Phares (Charles A. Lindbergh)
Kellie J. Van Horn (Anne)
Mark Duffin (Hauptmann)
Ann Panagulias (Anna)
June 02, 2002
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
Loss of Eden based on the story of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, seeks to amplify the human costs associated with Charles Lindbergh's 1927 transatlantic flight and the kidnapping and death of his son. The opera also examines the issues of privacy and personal sorrows played out in public forums.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh (mz)
Charles Lindbergh (bar)
Anna Hauptmann (s)
Bruno Hauptmann (t)
Ensemble I/Elizabeth Morrow/Reporter (s)
Ensemble II/Charleston Singer/Reporter (s)
Ensemble III/Charleston Singer/Reporter (mz)
Ensemble IV/Charleston Singer/Reporter (mz)
Ensemble V/1st Immigrant/Priest/Reporter (t)
Ensemble VI/3rd Immigrant/Reporter/Policeman (t)
Ensemble VII/Customs Officer/Reporter (bar)
Ensemble VIII/2nd Immigrant/Minister / Reporter/Colonel Norman Schwarzkopf (bbar)
Charles Lindbergh, 10 years old (mute)
Mrs. Morrow, Anne's Mother (mute)
Edward Reilly, Defense Lawyer (mute)
Loss of Eden - Post-Dispatch Classical Music Critic 6/10/2002
Kidnapping, With Upstairs-Downstairs Theme - The New York Times 6/24/2002
Paul Kilmer, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
P.O. Box 191910
Saint Louis, MO 63119
Schedule of Performances Listings
Loss of Eden (Franklin)
Sunday, June 09, 2002 - Opera Theatre of Saint Louis

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