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<< January 16, 2020 >>
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Concert: Blood Moon

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/blood-moon/
Start Time: 7:30PM

Composed by Garrett Fisher
Libretto by Ellen McLaughlin
Directed and developed by Rachel Dickstein
Music direction by Steven Osgood
Featuring Juecheng Chen, Takemi Kitamura, Nina Yoshida Nelsen, and Wei Wu

Blood Moon is a poetic, opera-theatre piece for three characters who encounter the past on the night of a full moon: a nephew who returns to the mountain-top where he left his aunt to die forty years earlier, the ghost of the aunt he abandoned, and the moon that presides over this night of reckoning. A contemporary response to a 15th century Noh play, Blood Moon uses choreography, puppetry, and a Taiko-infused score to create a meditation on the end of life, the nature of joy, regret, and whether atonement is possible.</i=blood>
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Concert: Magdalene

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/magdalene/
Start Time: 6:30PM

Co-created by Danielle Birrittella and Zoe Aja Moore
Directed by Zoe Aja Moore
Music by Leila Adu, Ruby Kato Attwood, Danielle Birrittella, Sheena Birrittella, Christina Courtin, Gabrielle Herbst, Molly Joyce, Emma O'Halloran, Tanner Porter, Kamala Sankaram, Bergrun Snæbjörnsdóttir, Annika Socolofsky, and Gyda Valtýsdóttir with additional music by Ellen Reid
Poetry by Marie Howe
Music direction by Mila Henry and Marc Lowenstein
Featuring Danielle Birrittellla and Ariana Daub

This wild meditation on transformation and desire scored by the collective voices of fourteen women. Set to Marie Howe’s Magdalene poems, the opera invites an audience into the interior world of Mary Magdalene — enlarging her to cross time and space, she appears as a woman alive now, who strives to heal the unyielding split between the sacred and the sexual. Encountering her life in flashes – wandering through a hotel, lighting birthday candles, making love in the ocean – Magdalene finds transcendence in the mundane to finally become the subject of her own story.
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Concert: Cion: Requiem of Ravel's Boléro

Web Address: http://prototypefestival.org/shows/cion-requiem-of-ravels-bolero/
Start Time: 8:00PM

Conceived and Choreographed by Gregory Maqoma
Text by Zakes Mda
Music direction and arrangements by Nhlanhla Mahlangu
Featuring Vuyani Dance Theatre

Set in a graveyard filled with the persistent cries of visitors in mourning and the poignant music of Isicathamiya singers (an a cappella singing style originating from the Zulus), Cion: Requiem of Ravel’s Boléro vividly elicits emotions associated with the loss of life. Physically charged and visually striking, the work is choreographed by South African native and internationally-known choreographer Gregory Vuyani Maqoma. Cion draws inspiration from author Zakes Mda’s novel,  Cion and Ravel’s Boléro,  and is, in Maqoma’s words, “a lament, a requiem required to awaken a part of us, the connection to the departed souls.”

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