October 22, 2008 | Houston Grand Opera
After the Storm
Composer:David Hanlon
Librettist:Stephanie Fleischmann
Synopsis
As a massive hurricane hurtles towards the Gulf Coast, a Galvestonian torn about whether to leave her home is haunted by storms past. A story of loss, resilience, and the power of community, After the Storm mines the legacy of the Great Storm of 1900 and Hurricane Ike in 2008 on the Gulf Coast region. This riveting new chamber opera, rooted in one family’s crisis, was developed through historical research and interviews with residents of Galveston and Houston.

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Approximate Runtime (hh:mm)
80 min

Number of Acts
1

Vocal & Musical Forces
6 principals; 11 orchestra


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