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Central Park (Three One-Act Operas)
Michael Torke
Deborah Drattell
Robert Beaser
Wendy Wasserstein
A.R. Gurney
Terrence McNally
Mark Lamos (director and dramaturg)
Michael Yeargan (set designer)
Candice Donnelly (costume designer)
Stewart Robertson (conductor)
The Festival of Regrets: Lauren Flanigan (Greta)
Strawberry Fields: Joyce Castle (The Old Lady)
The Food of Love: Lauren Flanigan (Woman)
Other cast members: John Hancock, Jeffrey Lentz, Jennifer Anne Cooper, Margaret Lloyd, Joshua Winograde, Troy Cook, Barbara LeMay, Matthew DiBattista
August 08, 1999
Glimmerglass Opera
Central Park is an evening of three one-act operas created by some of America's most gifted composers and accomplished playwrights: The Festival of Regrets by Deborah Drattell and Wendy Wasserstein, Strawberry Fields by Michael Torke and A.R. Gurney, and The Food of Love by Robert Beaser and Terrence McNally. The operas are linked by the setting of Central Park as a meeting place of people from all over the world and from all walks of life. Each piece, in its own way, explores the comedy, poignancy, and tragedy of contemporary urban life.
Premiered at New York City Opera on November 12, 1999
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