Theodore Uppman and Julia Lovett in the World Premiere of PHILLIP MARSHALL in Chautauqua (1974)
PHILLIP MARSHALL (2 Acts) G. Schirmer
Set: A doctor's office which accommodates other sets.
Lieutenant Marshall, returning home after fighting for the Confederacy, finds only despair and disarray. His attempts to help his loved ones end in disaster.
A PIECE OF STRING (3 Acts) Published by: G. Schirmer
Set: A square in a town in France. 1900.
The destruction of an ordinary man by rumor and innuendo.
THE MAKER OF ILLUSIONS (1 act, 75 Min.) G. Schirmer
Cast: Soprano, 2 Mezzos (may be doubled), Tenor, Baritone, Children's chorus.
Set: From the valley to the mountain top.
A wicked queen is exiled to a mountaintop, where she is guarded by a genie and his goblins. Fearing the loss of her beauty, the queen commands the genie to bring her a youth whose life force she can steal. The genie's magic proves no match for the youth's sister.
SLEEPING BEAUTY (2 Acts) Theodore Presser, Inc.
Set: A royal palace and a witch's cave.
The familiar story.