An Opera in 10 minutes by Patrick Soluri
October 1, 2009 - SOLD OUT!
Weill - Carnegie Hall
performed by the Remarkable Theater Brigade.
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A concert performance of the duet by the Remarkable Theater Brigade.
November 19, 2008 at Roulette, 228 West Broadway NYC at 8pm.
A semi staged piano vocal performance by the Remarkable Theater Brigade.
November 25, 2007.
Thursday January 17, 2002 at 8pm
Music Building - Belknap Campus - University of Louisville - Comstock Hall
Figaro Montigue - Daniel Weeks
Carmen Capulet - Jessica Bortz
Bartender - Chad Sloan
Conducted by Scott Voyles
A news flash announces that the earth will be hit by an asteroid in ten minutes. Figaro Montague is at a bar, waiting alone for the end of the world. His attempts to make small talk with the bartender fall flat. Figaro begins to reminisce about Carmen Capulet, his long lost love, when he happens to sees her sitting at the other end of the bar. They embrace, declaring their long lost love for each other. Reunited at last, they sing of old times and their passion. But Figaro becomes angered, remembering how Carmen once betrayed him. They begin to fight, each bringing up past affairs. Carmen storms off, and Figaro returns dejected to his barstool. The bartender brings him another drink. Figaro attempts small talk again. The asteroid arrives.