Semi-staged performance with animated titles and orchestra. A setting of Alexander Pope’s famous “mock-heroic” poem from 1714 by Deborah Mason, in a hyper-madrigal style with capricious harmonies and rhythms. Join us on June 6th (open dress), 8th, and 9th at Roulette in Brooklyn!
CATHERINE TUROCY, Director
CAROLINE COPELAND, Choreographer
DEBORAH MASON, Composer
JACK LYNCH, 18C Author and Lecturer
DAVID GRUNBERG, Conductor
AMY COFIELD WILLIAMSON, Soprano (Belinda)
SEAN FALLEN, Tenor (Ariel)
JUSTIN RYAN, Baritone (Baron)
KEITH HARRIS, Baritone (Sir Plume)
JACQUELINE HORNER-KWIATEK, Mezzo Soprano (Clarissa, Eloisa)
ERIKA PERSON, Mezzo (Crispissa)
CHELSEA FRIEDLANDER, Soprano (Zephyretta)
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