New from your favorite alternate entertainment provider -- Cinema VII -- it's
Premiering at The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center
Friday & Saturday May 14th and 15th, 2004, @ 8 P.M. with follow up performances in June (the 11th, 12th, 18th and 19th). Admission $10.
The Sea Heiress a new musical play by Peter Dizozza about how the righteous shall control the sea ports of Hamburg and Williamsburg, while the bulk of the population remain landlocked...Follow Oric (among the landlocked) and Ellery (The Sea Heiress) in their romantic journey along a river from the sea coast to the mountain top. In many ways, a continuation of last year's ballet with dialogue, "The Marriage at the Statue of Liberty," "The Sea Heiress" is an experimental musical theatre piece filled with lush melodies and beautiful new songs.
Go ahead, listen to the performance at http://www.rearwindows.net/rwaudio/Dizozza/DizozzaSH/
The DVD includes an overlay of the visual projections.
Featuring members of OXO on Saxophone (Travis Just) and Clarinet (Katie Turner).
CAST: Molly Amoroso (Ellery) & James Daguanno (Oric)
Costume Design: Kara Feeley
Ocean Video: Orin Buck
A newspaper notice, a year later, appeared in the Friday, May 13th, 2005 edition of
The New York Sun.
May 13, 2005
SEA CHANGE Peter Dizozza's musical "The Sea Heiress" is about how "the righteous shall control the seaports of Hamburg and Williamsburg, while the bulk of the population remain landlocked." Williamsburg residents engaged in a battle with the city over the neighborhood's waterfront will surely sympathize. Saturday and Sunday, 8 p.m., Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, 135 Broadway at Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, 718-486-7372, $10.
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