The Enslavement and Liberation of Oksana G.
Composer: Aaron Gervais
Librettist: Colleen Murphy
Premiere Date: Not available.
Description: The Enslavement and Liberation of Oksana G. is a two-act opera featuring 12 singing roles (five leads) and a chorus of singers.  it is an original story of Oksana, a young girl in Kostychany, Ukraine, who is lured into the world of sex trafficking by Konstantin, a Russian recruiter who unexpectedly falls in love with her.  Oksana escapes his grip and finds her way to a refugee shelter in Brindisi, Italy, run by Father Alexander, a Canadian priest.  Meanwhile, Konstantin waits for his chance to reclaim her.  This dangerous ménage à trois can only end in tragedy.  The opera is sung in four different languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English and Italian.
Length: Length is not available.
Total Acts: 2
Contact: Not Available
Composer Web Site: http://aarongervais.com/
Librettist Web Site: http://www.colleenmurphy.ca/
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