Results filed under: operas

Carol Sawyer: Residency

The following text is taken from Front Magazine, vol. VI, no. 3, p. 9, January/February 1995: To prepare for her role as Ophelia in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet,

 

Swan Song

With Marjorie Barton. The artist’s mother sang serious and light operatic pieces, accompanied by pianist Theodore Crain. A slide dissolve of family photos was interspersed,

 

Doing Time

A solo opera with percussion, lights, video and performance. Audio Recording duration: 00:39:49 Digitized audio of this concert is available through the Western Front Archives

 

Plato’s Chair

A one-woman opera/performance based on a trunk full of costumes. The most memorable image was English with a horse’s ail and hooves, galloping around the

 

Tom’s Peep Show

Two performances. A portable multi-lingual performance sculpture work of heart. The work included arias from Madame Butterfly and Pagliacci, several studies in perspective, a bushel of oranges and

 

Flag

Artist-in-residence. Special production. Flag is a video work, an opera in fact, for five channels, four monitors, and three performers. It is the companion to