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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Kurt Weill; Georg Kaiser; Jonathan Eaton; Lionel Salter; Jacque Trussel; Ann Panagulias; Wilbur Pauley; Kathryn Gamberoni; Angelina Réaux; David Malis; Robert Perdziola; Daniel Pelzig; George Manahan; Santa Fe Opera.
|Notes:||Stage productions, and American professional premieres, of two one-act operas by the Santa Fe Opera, recorded live, 4 August 1993.
Both operas performed in English; The protagonist in a translation by Jonathan Eaton, The Tsar has his photograph taken in a translation by Lionel Salter.
Title from program.
Videocassette copy received from Santa Fe Opera, January 1994.
VHS, NTSC standard; "hifi" sound.
Original program filed in Ser.50A.
|Credits:||[Stage] director, Jonathan Eaton ; set design, Robert Perdziola ; choreographer, Daniel Pelzig ; conductor, George Manahan.|
|Performer(s):||Cast (first work): Jacque Trussel (the Protagonist), Ann Panagulias (Catherine), Wilbur Pauley (First Player).
Cast (second work): Kathryn Gamberoni (Angèle), Angelina Réaux (False Angèle), David Malis (the Tsar).
|Description:||1 videocassette (122 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 program (photocopy: incomplete).|
Tsar has his photograph taken.
Zar lässt sich photographieren.
|Responsibility:||music by Kurt Weill ; libretti by Georg Kaiser].|
Summary (second work): A plot to kill the tsar leads to farce and romance.