Utopia Opera presents SOME LIGHT EMERGES by Laura Kaminsky, Mark Campbell, & Kimberly Reed
Utopia Opera presents
the NY Premiere of
SOME LIGHT EMERGES
Music by Laura Kaminsky
Libretto by Mark Campbell & Kimberly Reed
Original Concept by Mark Campbell
Commissioned by Houston Grand Opera
Premiered by Houston Grand Opera in March 2017
By arrangement with Bill Holab Music
Art's transformative power to help us understand and resolve personal, political, and spiritual conflicts is explored through the stories of five diverse people over four decades who visit the iconic Rothko Chapel, interspersed with the story of the Chapel's creation, and the struggles and triumphs of the woman who conceived it, Dominique de Menil.
Running time: 75 minutes. Followed by Q&A session with Laura Kaminsky, Kimberly Reed, and members of the cast & crew.
Stage Director: David Schweizer
Conductor: William Remmers
Dominique: Caroline Worra
Margie: Angela Dinkelman
Alicia: Laura Virella
Cece: Lydia Adelle Brown
Tom: Billy Huyler
Albert: Alexander Mason
Flute: Aveion D'Shun Walker
Bassoon: Julia Bair
Trombone: Michael Mulligan
Percussion: Shelby Blezinger-McKay
Keyboard: Lochlan Brown
Violin: Yuko Sunda
Cello: James Pedersen
Assistant Director: Benjamin Croen
Costume Coordinator: Eric Lamp
Friday, June 7 at 8pm
Saturday, June 8 at 6pm
Sunday, June 9 at 3pm
Running time: 75 minutes. Followed by Q&A session with Laura Kaminsky, Kimberly Reed, and members of the cast & crew. Q&A guest programming subject to change without notice.
Original artwork by Pattima Singhalaka, courtesy of Houston Grand Opera.
Lang Recital Hall
Hunter College North Building
South side of 69th Street (btwn Park/Lex)
Please bring a photo ID for admittance into the building.
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Ida K Lang Recital Hall, Hunter College (View)
Southside of East 69th Street between Park and Lexington
New York, NY 10065
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