The Juniper TreeOne of the most tuneful operas in the Glass repertory.
Phillip Glass/Robert Moran Composers
Arthur Yorinks Librettist
Directed by Cameron Menzies.
Phillip Glass and fellow composer Robert Moran collaborated in equal measure on the composition of The Juniper Tree.
A Glass scene is followed by a Moran scene, with transitions composed by each, and the result is a fascinating hybrid, each composer holding on to his own identity while melding with the other.
The famous Grimm fairy tale tells of a Wicked Stepmother who murders her stepson and serves him up in a stew to his unsuspecting father. The boy’s stepsister buries her stepbrother’s bones under a Juniper Tree, and the child’s spirit returns as a singing bird who wreaks vengeance on the evil Stepmother before being restored to life in the bosom of his family.
The Juniper Tree is part of the Grand Opera House’s Studio Series.
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Choose from a decadent charcuterie or cheese platter* which is accompanied by a drink selection of your choice (alcoholic and soft drink options available).
*Please note: Platters are purchased in addition to tickets for this production.