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RESULTS  PRODUCTION & COMPANY INFORMATION
DuPage Opera Theatre
Hansel and Gretel
Composer:
Engelbert Humperdinck
P.D.Q. (Schickele) Bach
Librettist:
Wette, Adelheid
Director(s):
Geoffrey Edwards Director
Ken von Heidecke Choreographer
Conductor(s):
Kirk Muspratt Conductor
Kirk Muspratt Music Director
Designer(s):
Allison R. Greaves Hair/Wigs
Allison R. Greaves Make-up
Jon Gantt Lighting Designer
Michael Moon Scenic Designer
Comments: Emily EllsworthGlen Ellyn Children's Chorus Artistic Director
Lauren SklarGlen Ellyn Children's Chorus Conductor
Galen G. RamseyProperty Design
Opening Date: Friday, January 26, 2007
Venue & 
Performance Dates:
New Philharmonic DuPage Opera Theatre
January 26,27,28m
Cast Information:
Dew Fairy Zhu Ge Zeng
Gertrude Anne Marie Lewis
Gretel Cari Plachy
Hansel Nina Heebink
Peter Nathaniel Hackmann
Sandman Carol J.
The Witch Carrie Mineck
Company Information
DuPage Opera Theatre
Address:  McAninch Arts Center at College of DuPage, Fawell and Park Boulevards Glen Ellyn IL 60137-6599 United States
Web site: www.cod.edu/ArtsCntr/dot.htm
Phone:  630-942-4239
Fax:  630-790-9806

Mission Statement/Description:
"DuPAGE OPERA THEATRE (DOT) is a resident professional company at the McAninch Arts Center at College of DuPage. In its 28-year development, DOT has evolved as an important component of the regional opera scene in the United States. DOT draws from leading artists in the talent-rich greater Chicago area. The college’s professional, technical and design staff, guest designers and directors, a professional orchestra (New Philharmonic) and one of the finest opera spaces in the country have combined to build a reputation of excellence."
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