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A Conversation with Guerilla Opera’s Artistic Director, Mike Williams

Mike Williams is always up for a challenge. He loves to boldly go where none have gone before, to seek out new composers, with new ideas, to explore strange new sound worlds, and play them for us; to his and to our delight. SL: Tell us about the unusual instruments you play in Andy’s new […]

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A Conversation with Guerilla Opera Star Brian Church

I admire Brian so much. He is a singer/actor who can perform a war vet’s PTSD nightmare three feet away from the audience, or make one of the world’s most dignified and life-affirming exits while his pants are around his ankles. I have seen him play a convincing mother despite his sporting a beard, a […]

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A Conversation with Composer Andy Vores about his Setting of “Chrononhotonthologos.”

Andy Vores is a Boston Treasure. Prolific, madly imaginative, deep and endlessly curious, he is a serious thinker who is also wickedly funny. Andy learned about Chrononhotonthologos the 1734 play, in school, and always had it in his mind to track it down. Then, “along came the Internet,” he found the text and decided that […]

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