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Ausrine Stundyte as Cio-Cio-San, Elizabeth Janes as Butterfly’s child and Sarah Larsen as Suzuki in Seattle Opera's production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
North American Works Directory Listing
The Hotel Casablanca
Thomas Pasatieri
Thomas Pasatieri, after Georges Feydeau
San Francisco:
Joseph Illick (Conductor)
Richard Kagey (Director)
Lexington:
John Nardolillo (Conductor)
Richard Kagey (Director)
http://www.presser.com/Composers/info.cfm?Name=THOMASPASATIERI#CatOperas - Full Length
August 03, 2007
San Francisco Opera
Set to an original libretto by Mr. Pasatieri, the comedy, set in 1948, tells the story of a wealthy Texas couple who want to "toughen up" their 25-year-old nephew from New York. The action takes place at the Double-T Ranch and a seedy hotel, recently under new ownership. A pair of suspenders left by the nephew during a clandestine visit to the questionable hotel before it changed hands causes suspicion of infidelities in many quarters. All the characters eventually converge on the hotel, where, after teetering on the brink of a disastrous outcome, everything is resolved, as one by one, the misunderstandings are cleared up.
courtesy of Theodore Presser Company
Tom Carter(b-bar)
Tallulah Carter(s)
Charles(t)
Lucy Perez(mz)
Raul Perez(bar)
Tobias(b)
Miss Pooder(mz)
Veronique(s)
Opera News, Joshua Rosenblum, July 2008; American Record Guide, Charles Parsons, July-August 2008; Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 6-3-2007; Fanfare, Walter Simmons, January-February 2008; Dallas Morning News, Scott Cantrell, 1-12-2008; Fanfare, Colin Clarke, January-February 2008; Wall Street Journal, Heidi Waleson, 6-14-2007; www.artssf.com, Paul Hertelendy, August 6-13 2007 (Vol. 10, No. 2); Contra Costa Times, Georgia Rowe, 8-7-2007; Financial Times, Allan Ulrich, 8-7-2007; San Francisco Chronicle, Steven Winn, 8-6-2007
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fl, ob, cl, bsn - hrn, tpt, tbn - Perc, Pn, Hp - Str.7tet
Lyrical, romantic, tonal
Theodore Presser Company
588 North Gulph Road
King of Prussia, PA 19406
promotion@presser.com
610-592-1222
www.thomaspasatieri.org
http://www.presser.com

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