FAIRY TALES: SONGS OF THE DANDELION WOMAN

Carson Kievman, composer

Carson Kievman & Mark Needle, co-librettists

World Premiere

"A shattering experience great dramatic punch." 

South Florida Classical Review

Director: Jeffrey Marc Buchman

Conductor: Mary Adelyn Kauffman

Projection Design: Alain Lores

Costume Design: Camilla Haith

Set Design: Sean McClelland

Lighting Design: Patrick Tennant

 

Dandelion Woman: Meagan Brus

Bank Examiner: Kenneth Mattice

photo credit: David Ramos

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"FAIRY TALES MAKES A BOLD AND POWERFUL IMPACT IN WORLD PREMIERE"

 

"High marks to director Jeffrey Marc Buchman (whose riveting staging of Andy Vores’ No Exit for Florida Grand Opera was a highlight of the season). Buchman’s production never flagged in momentum, with the protagonists’ turmoil conveyed in strong dramatic strokes. Stunning projections of geometric images and the heroine’s notebooks by Alain Lores, Jorge E. Lega and Barbara Gutierrez were eye-filling additions to Sean McClelland’s handsome set.  In a season that has seen more twentieth- and twenty-first century opera in South Florida than in the last two decades combined, Kievman’s opus is a stunner. It deserves wider performances beyond the current Miami Beach run."

South Florida Classical Review

© 2013  JEFFREY MARC BUCHMAN

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