The Mill Girl
Composer: Judith Lane
Librettist: Judith Lane
Premiere Date: Not available.
Producing Company: The Children's Opera Company of Ossining
Description: The story of a young girl who works 14 hours a day in the cotton mills of Lowell, MA in the 1840s. She struggles to learn to read and write, and ultimately leads a strike at the mill for the 10-hour work day. The opera deals with themes of literacy and the historical beginnings of the labor reform movement.
Length: 01:15
Total Acts: 2
Musical Style: Completely sung-through; melodic; memorable; harmonically interesting
Contact: Judith C. Lane
E-mail Address: judithlane@danielhauben.com
Phone: 718-548-8623
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