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New Voices Opera: Mystery And Macabre

Operas about a play that drives its readers mad and a heart that won't stop beating.

Operas about a play that drives its readers mad and a heart that won't stop beating.

“I discovered Robert W. Chambers’ The King in Yellow a few years ago. They’re the kind of stories that get under your skin.” Melody Eötvös

“Poe’s “The Tell Tale Heart” only has one character, but for Thump I found three different voices to exploit in my redaction.” Kimberly Osberg

 

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New Voices Opera

Thump by Kimberly Osbert and The King in Yellow by Melody Eötvös; conducted by Carlo Vincetti Frizzo with stage direction by David Kote


Buskirk Chumley Theatre

Friday May 8, 2015 at 7 p.m.

$10 suggested donation

George Walker

While completing an M.A.T. degree in English at Indiana University, George Walker began announcing for WFIU in 1967. Along with regularly hosting classical music shows, he interviews artists and reviews plays and operas.

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