The opera by Daron Hagen and Paul Muldoon. PROLOGUE A moonless night.
A desert. An irrigation ditch. It is November of 1968. The ghastly red rotating lights of police cars. A handful of illegal immigrants are crawling across the border. ACT 1, SCENE 1 The main street of a tiny town straddling the US Mexico border. ACT 1, SCENE 2 As the neon signs and door are flown out, twin picket fences and front doors are flown in on opposite sides of the stage. ACT 1, SCENE 3 The houses and fences fly out from around Jake. ACT 1, SCENE 4 As Kane holds forth, the lights slowly rise and the stage gradually fills with onion pickers carrying long strings of red onions, which they place into baskets. ACT 2, SCENE 1 A riot of excitement at Jake and Emily's wedding feast, which takes place in the cantina. ACT 2, SCENE 2 The liminal zone.
ACT 2, SCENE 3 The reverse of the neon motel sign. Sergey Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet. La Cava - The Guide to Musical Theatre. Book by Dana Broccoli, based on her novel.
Music by Laurence O'Keefe and Stephen Keeling. Lyrics by John Claflin and Laurence O'Keefe. Addtional lyrics by Shaun McKenna. Additional music by John Cameron Victoria Palace, London - Opened 8 June, 2000: Transferred to Piccadilly Theatre, London 21 August, 2000. Synopsis La Cava is set in the maelstrom of eighth century Spain and Morocco, and is based on a legend concerning the infatuation of King Roderic of Spain with a beautiful young girl whose loyalties are not what they might seem... Story Act 1 Florinda, young, beautiful and spirited, lives with her Father, General Julian Espatorias in Ceuta, North Africa where he is Governor.
Florinda is forced to leave behind her childhood sweetheart, Somal, who's Father (Tariq) is leader of the Moors and the cause of much unrest in Ceuta. Meanwhile in Toledo, King Roderic and his Queen Exilona are engaged in a rare but brief meeting as both have come to welcome Florinda to Toledo. The deed is done. Cast.
The Guide to Musical Theatre - Contents. SoundCloud. SoundCloud is a Swedish online audio distribution platform based in Berlin, Germany, that enables its users to upload, record, promote, and share their originally-created sounds.
According to the company’s data, in December 2014, the service attracts more than 175 million unique monthly listeners, while content creators upload about 12 hours worth of audio every minute. Founders Alexander Ljung and Eric Wahlforss are the chief executive officer (CEO) and chief technical officer (CTO), respectively. History SoundCloud was originally founded in Stockholm, Sweden, but was established in Berlin in August 2007 by Swedish sound designer Ljung and Swedish artist Wahlforss. The founders initially aspired to allow musicians to share recordings with each other, but the concept later transformed into a full publishing tool that also allowed musicians to distribute their music tracks. At the start of December 2012, the new SoundCloud version was released to the general public.