Coyote Tales
Composer: Henry Mollicone
Librettist: Sheldon Harnick
Other Artistic Personnel: Vince Liotta, director; Russell Patterson, conductor
Original Cast: Michael Ballam (Coyote); Brian Steele (Story Teller); Kari Paludin-Sorey (Duck 1); Chad McAlester (Duck 2); Jane Gilbert (Fox); Jane Ohmes (Skookum 1); Julia Parks (Skookum 2); Marysia Moore (Skookum 3); Suzanne Ackin (Solo Star); Suzan Hanson (Maiden); Gregory Keil (Pavayoykyasi), Bruce Barr (Suitor 1), Matt Foerschler (Suitor 2), David Soxman (Suitor 3), Michael Lanman (Suitor 4)
Premiere Date: March 07, 1998
Producing Company: Lyric Opera of Kansas City
Description: ACT ONE: Coyote is alone in the world. With the help of the Great Spirit, he populates the world with living beings. Coyote is told by the Great Spirit that whenever he dies, he will always come back to life. Coyote steals fire to keep humans warm in the winter, and then falls in love with a star, with disastrous consequences. ACT TWO: Four suitors woo a beautiful maiden, but Pavayoykyasi, the bringer of moisture, succeeds. Coyote disguises himself as Pavayoykyasi and marries the maiden. Pavayoykyasi kills Coyote, but he returns to life.
Total Acts: 2
Chorus: Chorus (min 24)
Orchestration: 47 players
Musical Style: Eclectic
Contact: ECS Publishing
Address: 138 Ipswich Street, Boston, MA 02215-3534
E-mail Address: office@ecspublishing.com
Phone: 1-800-777-1919; 617-236-1935
Composer Web Site: http://www.henrymollicone.com
Publisher Web Site: http://www.ecspublishing.com
Schedule of Performances Listings
Coyote Tales (Mollicone)
Saturday, March 7, 1998 - Lyric Opera of Kansas City
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