Puppets and Lighting Effects Bring Stravinsky's Firebird to Life
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OY! is a collection of eight 10-minute comedies, each illustrating the meaning of a Yiddish word -- with story lines including the untold stories of Eve and Adam, Einstein's demanding mother, the divorce trial of God and the human, the use of unkosher food as an aphrodisiac, and three men in a sauna who communicate using only the word "oy." Appealing to audiences of all faiths and all backgrounds, OY! is a tribute to the absurdity and comedy of the condition universal to everyone: that of being human. Learn More
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We took our grandkids aged 6. We all loved it. David Alan MIller started out with Tchaikofsky's Nutcracker, played a little Borodin, Mussorsky's Baba Yaga from Pictures at an ex[edition and then Stravinsky's teacher Rimsky Korsakov
Dance of the Tumblirs, my grandaughter pointed out shed just heard that at her mother's band recital.And then a beautifully done Puppet show with the terrific orchestra of the Firebird. done with Bunraku influenced puppetry. THere were lots of kids there aged around 5-7 and it lasted about an hour and a quarter. It was magical and beaautifl. Absoluately wonderful for all of us!
James Judd, Music Director
David Alan Miller, Guest Conductor
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