November 5, 1999
Poe 2, Hawthorne 1 (Three One-Act Operas)
Composer:David Bernstein
Librettist:Charles Kondek
Synopsis
Ilbrahimdeals with religious intolerance in Puritan New England. THE TELL-TALE HEART: Poe's classic story of murder and madness. A METHOD FOR MADNESS: a farcical adventure of lunatics running an insane asylum

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Approximate Runtime (hh:mm)
02:00

Number of Acts
3

Musical Style
Contemporary; tonal

Original Cast
Cast for "The Tell-Tale Heart": Alfred Anderson as Madman; Mike Hagey, Charles Miller and Tabor Fisher as Supernumeraries. Cast for "A Method for Madness": Dina Kuznetsova as Medea, Dean Southern as Superintendent, Scott Woodruff as Doctor, Carie Volkar as Soprano Solo, Dawn Sniadak as Lucille, Susan Williams as Teapot, Randall Levin as Frog, Michael Boley and Jared Plasterer (cover) as Locomotive, Jennifer Woda as Cheese, Jared Plasterer and Michael Boley (cover) as Napoleon, Tabor Fisher as Rooster, James Mismas as Cicero, Laura Best as Joan of Arc; Dancers: Kristen Boyle, Suetlana Krasnyransky, Amy York. Cast for "Ibrahim": Betsy Hogg as Ibrahim, Matthew Pittman as Tobias, Tonia L. Neal as Sarah, Dean Southern as Minister, Rhea Walker as Catherine, Romanina Campea as A Crippled Child, Mike Hagey as A Man, Tina Corea as 1st Woman, Katie Wilkinson as 2nd Woman.


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