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Ausrine Stundyte as Cio-Cio-San, Elizabeth Janes as Butterfly’s child and Sarah Larsen as Suzuki in Seattle Opera's production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly. Photo by Elise Bakketun.
North American Works Directory Listing
The Mighty Casey
William Howard Schuman
Jeremy Gury
Elmer Nagy (Stage Director)
Moshe Paranov (Conductor)
Cast of the 1955 Ford Foundation production:
Danny Scholl (Casey)
Elise Rhodes (Merry)
George Irving (Night Watchman)
Rufus Smith (Snedeker)
Nathanial Frey (Thatcher)
Bruce Renshaw (Charlie)
Mort Marshall (Concessionaire)
Robert Goss (Andy Jones)
Del Horstmann (Red O'Toole)
Mark Murphy (Otis Burrows)
Lee Krieger (Tony Perrone)
Demy Trevor (Elmer Blake)
Loren Welch (Scooter Cooney)
Van Hawley (Roughhouse Flynn)
Donald Clarke (Benny Rabensky)
David Thomas (Umpire)
Albert Linville (Manager)
May 04, 1953
Moss Music Group
The day of the big baseball game finds Centerville playing Mudville for the State championship. The great player Casey comes to the plate for Mudville, which is behind in the bottom of the ninth inning. Casey swings mightily, but to his fans' dismay, he strikes out.
The New York Times, Tim Page, 7-27-86; The New York Times, Allen Hughes, 5-17-76; The New York Times, Allen Hughes, 8-31-67; The New York Times, Dan Sullivan, 8-16-67; The New York Times, Harold C. Schonberg, 5-5-53; Musical America, 1953
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SATB Chorus
1 fl, 1 ob, 2 cl, 1 bsn - 2 tpt, 3 tbn, 1 tba - 2 perc - pf - str
Optional Ballet
Tonal; elements of jazz and parlour songs; leaping vocal lines; strident rhythms; use of ostinatos; richly colored orchestration
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Schedule of Performances Listings
The Mighty Casey (Schuman)
Saturday, July 07, 2012 - Opera Saratoga

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