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Woodland Scenes

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SAT 8/29

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Streaming Online 8/29
Tune in for a Park Pop-Up on August 29 with a streaming performance of Wolf Trap Opera: Woodland Scenes.

Wolf Trap’s virtual Park Pop-Up series brings music and more straight to your home. Featuring local area artists, Park Pop-Up performances are recorded live at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts and later streamed online. A part of Wolf Trap Sessions, these pre-recorded Park Pop-Ups bring a small piece of summer to your home.
 


Repertoire Into the Woods
"Agony"
Cinderella's Prince: Brian Michael Moore
Rapunzel's Prince: Conor McDonald
Piano: Alex Munger

Scene: Sung by Cinderella’s Prince and Rapunzel’s Prince, the men meet by chance, and commiserate over the strength of their love and their confusion that things aren’t working out to plan.

Falstaff
"Sul fil d'un soffio etesio"
Nannetta: Alexandra Nowakowski
Piano: Yuri Aoki

Scene: Nanetta, dressed as the Fairy Queen, calls the fairies out of their hiding places and commands them to dance.
Falstaff scene translation

A Midsummer Night's Dream
"I see their knavery..."
Bottom: Nicholas Newton
Tytania: Alexandra Nowakowski
Piano: Alex Munger

Scene: The Fairy Queen Tytania has unknowingly been enchanted to fall in love with the first person she sees upon waking. She is awakened by the sound of Bottom the weaver singing loudly. Puck has given him the head of an ass in place of his normal head. Regardless, Tytania falls in love with him immediately. She tells her fairy attendants to feed and take care of Bottom and eventually bring him to Tytania's bed.

Director: Crystal Manich
Video Production: BlueLand Media
Audio Production: Timothy D. McCormick
Lighting: Zac Gilbert

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