Blues/Folk Band Roma di Luna at Lyric Arts Main Street Stage
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The last date listed for Roma di Luna was Wednesday May 18, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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Few theatrical debuts have trumpeted a writer's genius louder than The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams' first successful play. Tom Wingfield's a poet struggling with a mind-numbing job and a smothering home life. His overbearing mother, a former Southern belle, constantly pushes her son to bring home "gentleman callers" for his painfully shy sister. When Tom finally produces a male visitor, the guest's presence sends shockwaves through the family -- and the fragile fantasy world they've built is irreparably cracked. Full of poetry and longing, The Glass Menagerie was inspired directly from Williams' own experiences as a young man in St. Louis. Learn More
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“This husband-wife duo began their careers busking around Minneapolis six years ago. Now playing as a seven-piece, the neo-folk crew’s latest disc features hushed, strummy tunes that recall Cat Power.” —Rolling Stone Magazine
Roma di Luna started out as the simple yet profound folk-singing duo of Alexei and Channy Moon Casselle, busking at farmers markets and on street corners, playing songs from the great tradition of American folk music. But soon the two talented songwriters began writing their own powerful songs, releasing the CDs Face of My Friends (2006) and Find Your Way Home (2007) to wide acclaim and a growing fan base. The Roma family then began to evolve into a full band on 2008’s Casting the Bones, widening their net to include a variety of musical styles and thrilling performances. Now with the dynamic rhythm section of Ben Durrant, James Everest and Ryan Lovan, as well as vocalist Jessi Prusha, Roma di Luna has come into its own on their latest, award winning full-length recording, Then The Morning Came (2010).
About the Ticket Supplier: Lyric ArtsLyric Arts Company of Anoka is a non-profit community theater geared toward entertainment and educational opportunities for people of all ages.
The mission of Lyric Arts is building community and nurturing artists and audiences of all ages through the magic of live theater. We accomplish this by providing opportunities for artists and audiences of all ages to experience and celebrate these art forms in their community.