November 2, 2017 | Savannah Voice Festival
ANNA HUNTER, the spirit of Savannah
Composer:Michael Ching
Librettist:Michael Ching
Synopsis
Louise, an aspiring tour guide in Savannah at the Davenport House, is visited by the spirit of Anna Hunter. Anna tells her about the effort to save the Davenport House and much of historic Savannah from the wrecking ball. The second of two one act operas about Savannah, ANNA HUNTER can be paired with ALICE RYLEY, set in eighteenth century Savannah.

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Approximate Runtime (hh:mm)
40

Number of Acts
1

Musical Style
Arias and ensembles

Vocal & Musical Forces
Seven women, two men (T/B), chorus; Flute/piccolo, violin, bass, piano, or piano alone

Original Cast
Leading roles ANNA HUNTER, or rather her ghost/spirit M/S LOUISE, gift shop worker, aspiring tour guide of Davenport House M MR. PROGRESS B QUORTINA, a huckster at City Market M or Contralto Quortina must be African American Supporting roles Mr. Isaiah Davenport T Mrs. Sarah Davenport S Can double Wright or Clark Some of the Davenport Children non singing Girls in the City Market Scene, African American easy singing Can be more. If more, some boys ok Jane Adair Wright S Katherine (Kass) Judkins Clark S or M Lucy Barrow McIntire M or S The museum director non singing Ensemble Vendors, all or mostly African American (or offstage, sung by ensemble) S/A/T/B Civic boosters, tourists, the other three of the seven ladies S/A/T/B


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