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Tag Archives: Space Opera
July 17, 2012
November 16, 2011
It was a poster, but huge. No, it was a canvas, an actual canvas, it looked like. A large photo reproduction of some sort maybe. Or was it a clever projection? And this is what it said …
November 12, 2011
TheWebTheater of WestVirginiaVille.com, presents “Saint Stephen’s Dream: a Space Opera.” Coming Soon To A Computer Near You. Spring, say. Or maybe Summer.
July 6, 2011
Taking off the antenna and saying goodbye to an outer space folk opera from West Virginia. A short video of farewell.
July 3, 2011
A video gallery of the four doges of the FestivALL Charleston staging of “Saint Stephen’s Dream: A Space Opera”: Gary Brown, Larry Groce, Alex Bannerman and Joe Miller.
June 19, 2011
Here’s the official trailer for the debut of “Saint Stephen’s Dream: A Space Opera,” the rock opera/musical/eco-fable and (we hope) ripping good yarn that makes its debut this week at FestivALL Charleston.
June 19, 2011
Some of the cast and crew of “Saint Stephen’s Dream: A Space Opera” head out in this video onto the streets of downtown Charleston, W.Va., for the 2011 FestivALL Charleston Art Parade.
June 16, 2011
Meet the cast of characters in the 2011 FestivALL Charleston production of “Saint Stephen’s Dream: A Space Opera,” along with a pocket history of New Earth and the Third Eye Cabaret. A Web Theater of WestVirginiaVille production
June 13, 2011
The Doge of Nuova Venezia makes only a brief appearance in “SAINT STEPHEN’S DREAM: A Space Opera,” but it’s a significant one. Here’s what the Doge will wear.
June 8, 2011
“Saint Stephen’s Dream: A Space Opera” is a new musical with an original songs and a folk-rock and electronica score by Douglas Imbrogno, performed by The IONS. The official FestivALL Charleston production debuts June 23-26.
May 31, 2011
So, we’re doing this space opera. But first we need a sign. In the first of an occasional series, a behind-the-scenes peek at the making of Third Eye Cabaret, where much of “Saint Stephen’s Dream” takes place.