Pacamambo
Composer: Zack Settel
Librettist: Wajdi Mouawad
Other Artistic Personnel: Claude Poissant (Stage Director)
Guillaume Lord (Set Designer)
François Roupinian (Lighting Designer)
Marie-Pierre Fleury (Costume Designer)
Jacques-Lee Pelletier (Make-up)
Original Cast: Ethel Gueret (Julie)
Lysianne Tremblay (Marie-Marie/Death)
Patrick Mallette (The Psychiatrist/Death)
Bernard Levasseur (The Dog/Death)
Cludine Ledoux (The Moon/Death)
Musicians: Julien Gregoire, percussion; Guy Pelletier, Flute
Premiere Date: December 01, 2002
Producing Company: Chants Libres, Compagnie lyrique de création
Description: Little Julie has been found after a three-week disappearance. The psychologist interrogates her, trying to find out why she and her dog were hiding in her grandmother's cellar at the foot of her grandmother's corpse. Why does the girl refuse to speak?
Reviews: François Tousignant, Le Devoir, December 2002; Eve Dumas, La Presse, December 2002; Dominique Lachance, Le joournal de Montreal, December 2002
Video Clip:
Length: 00:45
Total Acts: Not Available
Orchestration: fl - perc - electroacoustic music
Musical Style: Opera for children 8-12 years old
Contact: Chants Libres
Address: Usine C, 1908 Panet, bureau 303
Montreal, QC H2L 3A2 Canada
E-mail Address: creation@chantslibres.org
Phone: 514-841-2642
Audio Visual Materials
Images:

From left to right: Patrick Mallette, Claudine Ledoux, Éthel Guéret, Lysianne Tremblay, Bernard Levasseur
Courtesy of: Chants Libres; Photo credit: Yves Dubé

From left to right: Éthel Guéret, Bernard Levasseur, Claudine Ledoux, Lysianne Tremblay
Courtesy of: Chants Libres; Photo credit: Yves Dubé

From left to right: Patrick Mallette, Claudine Ledoux, Éthel Guéret, Lysianne Tremblay, Bernard Levasseur
Courtesy of: Chants Libres; Photo credit: Yves Dubé

From left to right: Lysianne Tremblay
Courtesy of: Chants Libres; Photo credit: Yves Dubé
The Opera Fund Awardee Information
Award Category: 2002 Canadian Opera Creation F Production
Project Name: PACAMAMBO
Awardee: Chants Libres
Director: Claude Poissant
Conductor:
Designer:
Schedule of Performances Listings
Pacamambo (Settel)
Wednesday, September 21, 2005 - Chants Libres
Pacamambo (Settel)
Friday, October 17, 2003 - Chants Libres
Pacamambo (Settel)
Wednesday, May 7, 2003 - Chants Libres
Pacamambo (Settel)
Sunday, December 1, 2002 - Chants Libres
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