Opera THE SCAFFOLDING, Comedian Nancy Redman and More Set for NYC Arts Events, Nov 2012

October 28
7:05 2012


Audrey Ross Publicity has announced its clients' upcoming events in opera, music, tango and dance for November 2012. More details below!

Martin Halpern'S NEW CHAMBER OPERA 'THE SCAFFOLDING' freely based on Henrik Ibsen's "The Master Builder"
November 1-3 at 8 PM; November 4 at 3 PM
Shetler Studios, 244 West 54 Street
Tickets $20; Reservations at 718.858.1549

Composer/librettist Martin Halpern will premiere his two-act chamber opera "The Scaffolding," freely based on Ibsen's "The Master Builders," centering around the strange love affair between the young Hilde Wungel and the famous middle-aged architect Halvard Solness, whom she has idolized since they met ten years earlier. Singers are Jacqueline Noparstak, John Jay Hebert, Jim Trainor, and Leslie Middlebrook, accompanied by pianist Earl Buys. Stage direction by Jamibeth Margolis; music direction by Martin Halpern.

final weekend November 1-3 at 7:30 PM; November 4 at 2:30 PM
La Mama E.T.C., 74A East 4th Street (first floor theater)
Tickets: $18; Reservations at 212.475.7710

Final performance of Triple Shadow's evocative solo adaptations of plays whose themes are based on stories of the sea: Dylan Thomas's "Holiday Memory," performed by Seamus Maynard; and John Millington Synge's "Riders to the Sea," performed by Mari Andrejco. Films of the sea accompany the works, and Edward Herbst performs live his music for toy piano, harmonium, and mandolin, along with traditional Irish folksongs. Director is Beth Skinner, lighting design is by Bessie and Drama Desk winner Paul Clay (RENT), and scenic design is by Obie winner Jun Maeda.

November 3 at 8 PM; November 4 at 5 PM
Ailey Citigroup Theater, 405 West 55 St.
Tickets: $25; Reservations at 212.868.4444

Roberto Villanueva presents an all-new program of his BalaSole Dance Company, presenting talented young dancer/choreographers Lauren Alpert, Elijah Avraham, Nicole Calabrese, Caitlyn Casson, Sarah Ewing, Aaron Gregory, Morgana Rose Mellett, Emily Pacilio, Gina Pero and emerging artist Kyla Healey, joined by Villanueva.

AZUL DANCE THEATRE/Yuki Hasegawa presents 'ELEMENTS'
November 3 at 8:30 PM; November 4 at 2:30 PM
Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance, 126 East 13th Street
Tickets: $20; Reservations:

Yuki Hasegawa presents new works by her and guest choreographers Juri Nishio, Kanako Yokota, and twin dancer/choreographers Hsiao-Ting and Hsiao-Wei Hsieh. The company's style is a robust blend of contemporary dance, theatrically costumed and performed to music by contemporary Asian composers.

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