December 18, 1999 | The American Opera Project
Flurry Tale
Composer:Rusty Magee
Librettist:Billy Aronson
Synopsis
A touching, whimsical, new holiday opera about communication, FLURRY TALE is packed with slapstick, wit, and rhythm for children of all ages, and topical references a-plenty for adults. It will engage everyone from 6 to 96. When Emma's distracted Dad proclaims his disbelief in Santa Claus and talking snowmen, a cast of familiar holiday figures set out to prove that they really do exist-- resulting in zany, comical adventures. After much squabbling among themselves, the mismatched group ultimately plot Dad's downfall, until Emma reminds them all of the compassionate nature of the season.

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The American Opera ProjectFlurry Tale12/12/1999 - 12/19/1999


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Approximate Runtime (hh:mm)
01:00

Musical Style
Opera; rock and roll; jazz; blues

Vocal & Musical Forces
2 Sopranos, Mezzo-soprano, Tenor, 2 Baritones

Original Cast
Robin L. Massie (Emma); Robert Sapolsky (Dad); Steven Condy (Snowman); Marc Deaton (Santa Claus); Darla Wigginton (Reindeer); Alison Collins (Sugar Plum Fairy)


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