Shak - An Irreverent Day of WM. Shakespeare
Composer: Karen K. Shirer
Librettist: Karen K. Shirer
Premiere Date: Not available.
Description: It is 1593 and plague closes the theaters of London; the poet/playwright Will Shakespeare is thrown out of work. He finds a patron, Henry of Southampton, through Lord Essex, but they contrive to entertain themselves at Will's expense while plotting to steal gold from the Spanish ship. Queen Elizabeth holds key information about the gold. Romantic intrigues and a comic Spanish spy spice the story.
Length: 02:20
Total Acts: 2
Chorus: Chorus
Orchestration: kbd
Musical Style: Comic—modern "Gilbert and Sullivan;" arias, recitatives, spoken; plays fast with mistaken identities à la French farce; conventional harmonic palette
Contact: Karen Kent Shirer
Phone: 860-399-6173
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