January 29, 2011 | Calgary Opera Association
The Inventor
Composer:Bramwell Tovey
Librettist:John Murrell
Synopsis
The Inventor tells the story of Sandy Keith, nephew of famous Nova Scotian brewer Alexander Keith, who was a brewer, politician, good samaritan, conman, husband to two different women, and…a terrorist? The Inventor explores these mysteries of Sandy Keith’s life, relating the story of a quintessential conman in words and music as lively and intriguing as Keith and the times in which he lived.

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Calgary Opera AssociationThe Inventor1/1/2011 - 2/4/2011


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New Works Sampler 2010
Opera Fund/Canadian Opera Creation Fund2008

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Original Cast
James Westman (Sandy Keith)
Phillip Ens (5 roles: Alexander Keith the Elder, Julius Hammer, The man who scratches and smells, J.J. Fuchs, Bremerhaven police)
Laura Whalen (Mary)
Roger Honeywell (Smoot)
Judith Forst (Louise)
Erin Wall (Cecelia)
Jennifer Sproule (Christian Keith)
Brent Calis (John Keith, Southerner)
Vasil Garvanliev (Bartender, Southerner)
Adam Fisher (Waiter, Southerner) Martin Sadd (Male Saloon Singer, Southerner)
Cassandra Warner (Female Saloon Singer)
Erin Armstrong (Woman With Feather Fan)
Allison Arends (Wealthy Looking Woman)


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