Vocalist - Baritone
April 21, 2006
Matthew Worth Featured in "Miss Lonelyhearts" World Premiere
MISS LONELYHEARTS: WORLD-PREMIERE OPERA
By Lowell Liebermann; libretto by J.D. McClatchy
Based Nathanael West's novel
Andreas Delfs, Conductor; Ken Cazan, Director
Singers from the Juilliard Opera Center
Juilliard Theater Orchestra
Musical Preparation: Diane Richardson
Chorus Master/Assistant Conductor: Michael Baitzer
Diction Coach: Kathryn LaBouff
Choreographer: Jeanne Slater
Associate Coach: TBA
Assistant Director: David Lefkovich
Stage Manager: Ashley Pollard
Set Designer: Peter Harrison
Costume Designer: Martin Pakledinaz
Lighting Designer: Allen Hahn
Supertitles: Celeste Montemarano
Miss Lonelyhearts (Tenor): Jeremy Little
Shrike (Baritone): Matthew Worth
Betty (Soprano): Katherine Whyte
Old Man and Peter Doyle (Tenor): Jeffrey Behrens
Mary Shrike (Coloratura soprano): Brenda Rae
Fay Doyle (Mezzo-soprano): Faith Sherman
Pre-recorded radio voice (Tenor): Timothy Fallon
Miss Farkis (Soprano): Sasha Cooke
Goldsmith (Bass): David Salsbery Fry
Bartender (Tenor): Michael Kelly
Reporter 1 (Bass): Matt Boehler
Reporter 2 (Baritone): Paul LaRosa
Reporter 3 (Tenor): Timothy Fallon
Copy Boy (Tenor): Michael Kelly
Friend 1 (Bass): Matt Boehler
Friend 2 (Baritone): Paul LaRosa
Friend 3 (Tenor): Timothy Fallon
Bar Malls: Leona Carney and Michelle Haché
Secretaries: Charlotte Dobbs and Tharanga Goonetilleke
Office voices: Jean-Paul Björlin, Chad Cygan, Timothy Fallon, and Carlos Feliciano (Tenors); Christopher DeVage, Alexander J. Hajek, Museop Kim, and Tobey Miller (Baritones); and Matt Boehler and David Keck (Basses)
Spoken roles: Adrian Kramer, Isabel Leonard, Michèle Losier, Ronnita Miller, Jennifer Sheehan, and Arianna Wyatt
Chorus: Leona Carney, Charlotte Dobbs, Tharanga Goonetilleke, Michelle Haché, Ariana Wyatt, Sasha Cooke, Isabel Leonard, Michèle Losier, Ronnita Miller, Marquita Raley, Jean-Paul Björlin, Chad Cygan, Carlos Feliciano, Michael Kelly, Ferris Allen, Daniel Billings, Museop Kim, Tobey D. Miller, Sidney Outlaw

World Premiere/Centennial Commission

Peter Jay Sharp Theater
Wednesday, April 26, 2006 at 8:00 PM
Tickets $20
Available 3/22
Half-price tickets available for students and seniors
TDF accepted
Juilliard Box Office
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