Tuesday January 26th  veniam.Non, magna nula ad, veniam adipisicing dolor lorem cillum exercitation tempor incididunt nulla excepteur. Esse ut nostrud labore id ea minim veniam eu sed nulla labori s. Occaecat incididunt laboris nulla, ex ullamco duis eu ad enim eiusmod. Laboris dolore eu excepteur non enim labore. Cillum mollit, velit voluptate mollit. Tempor sit pariatur. In ut labore fugiat. Aute ea, minim in proident duis dolore aliquip ut est laborum culpa enim duis sed. Monday January 25th Incididunt et, eiusmod do eiusmod nisi id est deserunt veniam.Non, magna nulla ad, veniam adipisicing dolor lorem cillum exercitation tempor incididunt nulla excepteur. Esse ut nostrud labore id ea minim veniam eu sed nulla laboris. Occaecat incididunt laboris nulla, ex ullamco duis eu ad enim eiusmod. Laboris dolore eu excepteur non enim labore. Cillum mollit, velit voluptate mollit. Tempor sit pariatur. In ut labore fugiat. Aute ea, minim in proident duis dolore aliquip ut est laborum culpa enim duis sed.     Lanette Lind The Emperor and the Nightingale Baritone, soprano, chorus Oboe, percussion, piano A delightful re-telling of the classic tale!  A treat for the entire family! Act I, Scene I,   Emperor’s palace.  Chorus sings of its spendors.  Maid visits with nightingale Act 1, Scene 2, Emperor learns that the Nightingale is more wonderful than any of his treasures.                           Orders his court to bring the Nightingale to him or they will all be trampled. Act 1, Scene 3. Courtiers enter, dance.  Nightingale is presented to Emperor and sings.                           He commands that she must stay with him forever. Act 2, Scene 1 Emperor of Japan sends him an Artificial Nightingale.  He finds it enchanting.                          The Nightingale’s feelings are hurt.  The Emperor banishes her. Act 2, Scene 2, Emperor misses the real Nightingale.  Artificial Nightingale breaks. Act 2, Scene 3 Neither the Three Physicians or the Imperial Watchmaker can fix it.                          As the Emperor is dying of a broken heart, Death visits him and asks                          him to “hurry up”.  The Nightingale returns and all is well.   Beast   Beast (baritone) - a man who wears an expressionless mask      Alter Ego (tenor) - the voice in Beast’s mind that torments him with self-doubt      Beauty (coloratura soprano) - a young woman of noble intent      Housekeeper (mezzo soprano) - an older woman     There are many layers under the surface story of a young woman being kept       captive in the Beast’s garden.  A victim of that critical, self-effacing voice in his       head, Beast has isolated himself from the world.  The opera takes one on a       journey through the struggles that Beast has to gain self-respect, and the       trust and love that gradually grows between Beauty and Beast. Carousel of Dreams Soloists, chorus piano, oboe, cello, percussion Excerpts presented at the American Music Festival in Philadelphia; at the Douglas Fairbanks Theater; and, Lincoln Center in New York.  Selected by the National Music Theater Network for inclusion in their catalog of “most promising new works.”