My humans nearly made a terrible mistake! They had plans to choose a drama for the next show, but I put my paw down, and we are having another comedy. Disaster averted, thanks to me.
L’Italiana in Londra by Domenico Cimarosa is a witty romp through the love lives of five people, topped off with an invisibility stone. There is, unfortunately, a complete and utter absence of all things feline, so I will be asking the stage director to cast an unwritten role for someone with four legs, a tail, and an impeccable sense of style.
The show will be June 13 and 14th. That’s right! My little company is growing up and offering two shows for the first time.
The humans are also on the lookout for volunteers – apparently my help is not enough. A claim I vehemently deny.
Should you be interested in exploring any of the myriad of activities that go into making an opera, please contact us at: FearNoOpera@shaw.ca
We are, apparently, looking for help in several areas, including marketing, costumes and sets.
And now, back to helping.