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Heart of a Dog
Rudolf Rojahn
Rudolf Rojahn
Copeland Woodruff (Director)
Julia Noulin-Mérat (Designer)
Tláloc López-Watermann (Lighting Design)
Brian Church (Doctor)
Patrick Massey (Assistant)
Glorivy Arroyo (Housekeeper)
Aliana de la Guardia (Dog)
Mike Williams, Percussion
Kent O’Doherty, Saxophone
Gabriela Diaz, Viola
Javier Caballero, Cello
September 16, 2010
Guerilla Opera
This dark comedy tells the story of a scientist whose experiments of implanting human glands into the bodies of animals prove overly successful. After luring a dog into his apartment and performing a successful transplant the scientist, his assistant and the housekeeper have their hands full with their test subject. The grandeur of the scientific achievement is overshadowed by the misery of living with the half-dog/half-woman whose varied appetites and manipulations prove disastrous for all.
Doctor
Assistant
Housekeeper
Dog

Voice parts needed: Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, Tenor and Baritone
00:32
Not Available
Alto Saxophone, Viola, Cello and Percussion
Chamber Opera
Rudolf Rojahn
http://www.rudolfrojahn.com
http://www.rudolfrojahn.com
Schedule of Performances Listings
Heart of a Dog (Rojahn)
Thursday, September 16, 2010 - Guerilla Opera

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