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"Diana" in Orpheus in the Underworld Nystrom, Alison 2005

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"DIANA" IN ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD by ALISON NYSTROM B.A., York University, 2001 A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC in THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (Opera) THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA April 2005 © Alison Nystrom, 2005 ABSTRACT The thesis for the Master of Music degree in Opera consists of performing a major role in an opera. My role was Diana in Offenbach's opera, Orpheus in the Underworld. I performed this role on December 11, 2004 and December 15, 2004. K B C opera BiAs.em.ble Presents Orpheus IIA, the i/UA^eirworlcl operetta tn, Three Acts, B y Jacques offe^baah V>irtctor Nfli/uc-tj H-ermlstoiA, With The V a n c o u v e r vhilharmovCic orchestra S Y N O P S I S A C T I Orpheus and his wife Burydice argue over their dysfunctional marriage. Not only are they each unfaithful to each other but he Is a vu.us.iuan, and she doesn't tare about his music. Burydice has fallen In love with a shepherd who Is also a bee keeper, she thinks he Is Arlsteus, but In realtly he Is the <^ od of the underworld, Pluto. Pluto plants an Idea In orpheus's head of how to set a trap for Burydice and her "lover". Pluto uses Orpheus' trap to help convince Burydice to accompany him to the Underworld. Or-pheus's delight at his wife's departure is cut short by Public opinion, a formidable figure, who Insists he goes to Olympus to demand the return of his wife. INTERMISSION A C T II On Olympus the gods are bored and rebelling agalnstjuplter's tyrannical rule, but they are interrupted by the arrival of Orpheus with Public Opinion. In a fit of righteous Indlgnatlonjuplter grants the return of Burydice, and when he announces that he will go to ' the underworld himself to ensure justice is done, all the gods and god-desses beg to go too.Juplter agrees, and the entire company join him in a lively, lustful dance as they matee their way down for their godly holi-day In the warm and wild climate and culture of ttades A C T III Meanwhile In the underworld Burydice is bored with being left alone with only Bacchus as herjaller, so when a diversion arrives, in the shape ofjuplter disguised as a fly, she Is nt first eager to run away with him. They plan to escape at a party being held by Pluto In honour of the visit-ing gods from Olympus. Burydice comes disguised as a bacchante. The arrival of Orpheus looks llfee It will upset everyone's plans, butjuplter manages to trlcfe him'out of Burydice for good. But who Is to have her instead, "Pluto orJupiter? Burydice settles It by choosing ... (now that would be telling) ... Orpheus, a rtwwMd kuuslclan. Burijdict, his wife Pluto (arlstaeus), god of the Hvidtrworld Jupiter, father of the gods Public opinion, Bacchus, god of wln-e Diana, goddess of the hunt Mercury, Messenger of the gods Juno, wife ofjuplter. venus, goddess of love At-uor, god of love Mars, god of war Minerva, goddess of wisdom Hebe, goddess of youth Apollo, god of the sun. Aurora, goddess of the dawn. C A S T T>tC. 11, ±5 r>ec. is , 14 Blalw,e Hendsbee* Stephen Bell jeiA.iA.lfer Farrell* K.atle May John COIA,lon An-drewjaiAA.esoiA-Andrew Stewart isavld English Rz>se— Ellen Nichols . Al ison Ten^ple John Arsen,ault* John MarliA-o Alison. Nystrom. Brootee Harris Michael Mori Matthew Mori Jessica Bowes Evle vasslllfeafels Mllo Lowry islana Oros,— Wilder Michelle K^ eobfee NaiA.cy Haslute Brent calls t_). Calhoun Margo Le vae Margo Le vae Elaine Lit Elaln-e Lee Adrian ^laubert Adrian, ^laubert Melanle McTaggart Melanle McTaggart The students of Orpheus Megan Brown, Erin, Fisher, chloe Hurst, Telya Kasahara, vlcfel Lewis, Melanle McTaggart, siwione Osborn.e, Lucy Snath Ca ncan. c^lrls Erin, Fisher, chloe Hurst, LaurreiA, lacobellls, < l^na McLellan, Melanle McTaggart, s ' imone osborn,e, Whitney Sloan WBC OPERA E N S E M B L E C H O R U S shepherds, shepherdesses, Bacchantes M'tml Rz>th—Miller, Whitney Sloan, < l^na McLellan., Brian, Lee, Kevin Lee, k.evln Louden,, Joyce Ho, Scott Brootes, ialn Taylor, Laurrtnjacobellls, Esther Choi, Tonkas Bljote, ^courttsy of Actor's, Equity Conductor John V f l t A - T > l U . Y £ t \ A . Assistant Conductor John Trotter Concertmaster Etsuo saito * violins kinrlnn Abe Rodney Blactewell c^Hyane Bobloyan t>£?vld Brownsteln j o a n Came Brony« Cerna t>a\/ld Clflrte Jim. I^ery Barbara definite Shirley t>unfleld Patriate Ernst Relta Goldberg Freya Krlstensen Z,oe Robertson Michael she Cheryl Sh lzga l Corl Sobers Anne Worthlngton viola T>t'wdrt Rogers * A m y c r^obb Jennifer Montgomery <^lllla n Taylor cello Jessica werb* Z,oe t>rulte -Sharon Norcvian Mflry Szendry tfarrij Tseng Bass Keith Ellis * Jennifer Ffodge Flute Janet Measday* sara Franfes Piccolo Sara Frantes oboe *E>avld sfeulstel <^wen ultchfleld Clarinet janlne Oye * Cathy McCashln-Bassoon Ward l-+untlng * Patricia Keen Trumpet Kathleen Bowles* Paul Butcher From *Chrls Bucfener Lyle r+ltlaby Maureen Ffole Trombone James Marcla * Br ian Thomson* Ron Morrill Bass Trombone Carrie Chapman Rod Ellard Timpani Vawi&a o* Percussion Joshua Dublin *denotes principal Looking for Gifts?... Visit the Shop in the Garden IIIIIIM We're in your neighbourhood! Check us out for our selection of: • Choice plants in our plant centre • Informative gardening books • Decorative garden accessories • Imaginative gift ideas ubcbotanicalgarden & centre for plant reswth Open 7 days, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm until 23 December, re-opening on 17 January The Vancouver Philharmonic O r c h e s t r a T h e V a n c o u v e r 'Philharmonic Orchestra is proud to perform again w i t h t h e u B C Opera e n s e m b l e . The orchestra is, made up of dedi-cated amateur m u s i c i a n s who come together e v e r y Wednesday eve-ning to work, on music from the classical and contemporary sym-phonic repertoire. Our principal c^uest Conductor;Juan c a s t e l a o , Will lead us in four of t h i s year's five concerts. Our u p c o m i n g concert, February ±Jtk, w i l l feature p i a n i s t , sara v>avis B u e c h n e r , in M e n d e l s s o h n ' s serenade and Allegro cfiocoso and F r a n c t e ' s v a r i a t i o n s S y m . p h o n l c j u . e s for Piano and O r c h e s t r a . Ap r i l f f * , w e w i l l be j o i n e d b y g u i t a r i s t , X i a n l e l B o l s h o y , f o r t h e p o p u l a r Concierto d e A r a n j u e z . B o t h t h e s e c o n c e r t s w i l l be a t . s h a u g h n e s s y t t e l g h t s united c h u r c h , ±553, w e s t 3 3 K d Avenue, a t ^m On M a y 22 T H , again at gpm, w e w i l l be a t t h e Norman i ^ o t h s t e l n T h e a t r e , J^SD w e s t 41 S T Avenue. At t h i s n e w venue Mary s o f e o l -B r o w n , violin, and l ^ a v l d B r o w n , b a s s , w i l l perform B o t t e s l n l ' s errand V>uo C-oncertant. P l e a s e j o i n us for one or more of these concerts ( s u g g e s t e d donatio 412 /10 ) F o r more details check, our w e b s i t e a t w w w . v c n . b c . c a / v p o o r c a l l ( 6 0 4 ) SJ-gf)j)gf) n stage director. Asst. Director: Conductor. Repetlteurs: Rehearsal Pianist: Choreographer: Technical s t a f f Prod. Manager/Tech, director: Assistant Tech. Directors: set Design: Lighting Design: Lighting Assistant: Lighting Operator: Properties H-ead: Properties Crew: wardrobe Supervisor: Wardrobe Assistant: Nancy Frermlston Darryl Croft John \ia\A,V>tw.rs>t\A, Richard Epp David Booth royd Alex S - x r a m C a t h e r i n e Lee Ella Klrby John ConLon A i ^ d r t w j a v v . t s , D i ^ 'B-rijavi Pollocte Jeremy Baxter Kevin Lcu.dtv^ jane Loong valerle Moffat Michelle Nelson Jason COMOLj Varvivi Mlrhady < l^na McLellan Mateeup supervisor: Mateeup Assistant: r+alrdresslng and Wigs: Assistant: stage Manager: Asst. Stage M a v ^ a q t r s , : For the Chan Centre: Net volrlch Elfee Engllcht Dlonne Selllnger Melissa Tsang Marljfea Brusse s i w i n g Ng Karlne Berrue C>am.tro\A, M c ^ l l l • owen schellenberger SPECIAL THANk^S A very special thanfe you to al l the WBC opera Ensemble students, past and present, who helped mafee this production possible! T h a n k s also to Martha Lou f-fenley charitable F o u ^ d a t l o i ^ , the Dayld Spencer Endowment Encouragement Fund, the Chan Family, the WBC School of Music and staff the vaMouvtr Opera" O y x i d , Dunbar Lumber, Diane's Llngerle,jacques vert at the Bay, and the v i A M o u v t r o ^ t r a ¥ Y t d d i i W o o d Theatre, Janet Blcfeford, L y n n Burton. A NOTE ON OFF5NB>AC-H-When the curtain rose on the Premiere of Qrphee aux Bnfers In the tiny B-ouffe—Parlslens theatre on Oct 21, ±252, it signaled an event as significant in the history of operetta as the opening of Oklahoma was to the development of the American musical. To gratify the pleasure seeking mood of Paris under the second &m-plre,Jaceju.es offenbach had created a new type of musical theatre characterized by wit and charm, burlesque that poteed fun lightly and music that effervesced with gaiety. The epitome of these compo-nents, Orphee, ranks as a classic Innovation and the first true operetta. The later Viennese operettas and the English school of f i l -bert and S u l l i v a n derived much Inspiration from Offenbach but none ever surpassed his brilliant synthesis of satirical drama and enchanting music. The Franco-Prussian war brought about the end of the second Empire - Offenbach's popularity began to wane, and at the same time, his health deteriorated. After a financially disastrous tour of the United states he drifted into seclusion and began his only at-tempt at grand opera, Les Pontes d'Hoffmann, which remained un-finished and unorchestrated at his death. Notwithstanding this great worfe, the operettas have secured a firm hold on the public and, as we approach the 125th anniversary of his death (zoos'), Offen-bach's irreverent and enchanting scores seem as accessible and vital as ever. LINGERIE Public opinion's costume graciously supplied by Located on the third floor at the B a y downtown 1 Of era Tea at RiobsoiA, Sauare janzs, With the UBC opera Bnsemble For reservations Contact (&>04) ?22 557 :4 A relaxing afternoon opera excerpts accompanied by a delicious, pastry buffet with coffee and a selection of teas in true English style . Jo l i / \ , u s f o r o u r S p r l i ^ g 'Production. Bugeye. OiA,g_jUA, Composed by Tchalfeovsfey director: Nancy t-rermlstoi/v, Cyues,t Conductor: NorbertBaxa C-o-productloiA, with Theatre U B C C-haiA, centre for the Performing Arts March: 3A,5,G> - "2.005® gpm. Sunday performance March 4 begins @ 3 pm Tickets available at Ttc-teetmaster KBC- opera Bnsemhle Presents, Orpheus ivi the lAvuitYWDYid operetta in Three Acts B y J a c q u e s , O f f e n b a c h director Nancy tfermiston Conductor John van V>eursen With The Vancouver Philharmonic orchestra SYNOPSIS A C T I Orpheus, and his wife Burydice argue over their dysfunctional marriage. Not only are they each unfaithful to each other but he is a musician, and she doesn't care about his music. Burydice has fa l len In love with a shepherd who Is also a bee keeper, she t h i n k s he Is Arlsteus, but In realtiy he is the C\od of the Underworld, Pluto. Pluto plants an idea in Orpheus's head of how to set a trap for Burydice and her "lover" . Pluto uses Orpheus' trap to help convince Burydice to accompany h i m to the underworld. Or-pheus's delight at his wife's departure is cut short by Pub l i c opinion, a formidable figure, who Insists he goes to Olympus to demand the return of his wife. I N T E R M I S S I O N A C T II O n O lympus the gods are bored and rebelling •againstJupiter's t y r a n n i c a l rule, but they are interrupted by the arrival of Orpheus with Publ ic Opinion. In a fit of righteous indignation]uplter grants the return of Burydice, and when he announces that he w i l l go to the underworld h imself to ensure just ice Is done, all the gods and god-desses beg to go too j uplter agrees, and the entire company j o i n h i m In a lively, lus t fu l dance as they make their way down for their godly holi-day in the warm and wi ld climate and culture of trades ACT III Meanwhile in the underworld Burydice is bored with being left alone with only "Bacchus as her jailer, so when a diversion arrives, in the shape ofjuplter disguised as a fly, she is at f i rs t eager to r u n away with h im. They p l a n to escape at a party being held by Pluto in honour of the vis i t -i n g gods from Olympus. Burydice comes disguised as a bacchante. The arrival of Orpheus looks l ike It w i l l upset everyone's plans, butJupiter manages to t r i ck h i m out of Burydice for good. "But who Is to have her instead, Pluto orjuplter? Burydice settles It by choosing ... (now that would be tel l ing) ... Orpheus, a renowned musician Eurydlce, his wife Pluto (arlstaeus), god of the \A}A-dervJorld Jupiter, father of the gods Public Opinion Bacchus, god of wine Diana, goddess of the hunt Mercury, Messenger of the gods Juno, wife ofjuplter venus, goddess, of love Ai-uor, god of love Mors, god of war Minerva, goddess of wisdom Hebe, goddess of youth Apollo, god of the sun Aurora, goddess of the dawn The students of Orpheus C A S T T>tC. 11, IB "Blaine Hendsbee* J e nnlfe r Fa rre 11* John Cov^lon Andrew Stewart Rose— Ellen Nichols John Arsenault* Al ison Ny strong Michael Mori Jessica Bowes Mllo Lowry Michelle Keobtee Brent calls Margo Le vae Elaine Lee Adrian <qlaubert Melanle Mcraggart r>ec. 1 2 , 1 4 Stephen Bell Katie May AndrewJameson David English Alison Ten^ple John Marino Brootee Harris Matthew Mori Evle vasslllktalels Diana oros— wilder NaMij Haslute DJ. CalkoutA, Margo Le vae Elaine Lee Adrian ^laubert Melanle Mcraggart Megan Brown, Erin Fisher, chloe Hurst, Telya Kasahara, vlctel Lewis, Melanle Mcraggart, Slkuone Osborne, Lucy S^vilth C-R\AX,R\A. Cfirlz Er in Fisher, Chloe. Hurst, Laurrew* lacobellls, c(iv*a McLellan, Melanle McTaggart, slm.one osMorM, Whitney Sloan UBC OPERA E N S E M B L E C H O R U S shepherds, shepherdesses, Bacchantes MlrwlRoth—Miller, Whitney sloavi, < l^na McLellan, T^riaiA, Lee, Kevin Lee, Kevin Louden, Joyce Ho, Scott Brootes, lain Taijlor, Laurrevijacobellls, Esther Choi, Tow.as Bljoki, *courtesy of Actor's. Equity Conductor John van D e u r s e n A s s i s t a n t Conductor John Trotter Conctrtm.as.ttr E t s u o S a i t o * v i o l i n s Karina Abt R o d n e y B lactewel l <^ayane B o b l o y a n D a v i d B r o w n s t e l n Joan Carnt 'BronLja Ctrna D a v i d Clarte J i m Dery B a r b a r a D o m l n l t e S h i r l e y D u n f l e l d Patrick? E r n s t R e l t a Goldberg F r e y a K r l s t e n s e n z ,oe R o b e r t s o n M i c h a e l s h e C h e r y l S h l z g a l C o r l S o m e r s A n n e W o r t h l n g t o n v i o l a Delrdre R o g e r s * A m y q r o b b J e n n i f e r M o n t g o m e r y <ql l l lan T a y l o r ce l lo J e s s i c a w e r b * Z,oe Drul te S h a r o n N o r m a n M a r y Sxendrij Ffa r r y T s e n g B a s s Ke i th E l l i s * Jennifer Hodge Flute Janet M e a s d a y * s a r a F r a n k s Plc-c-olo s a r a Frantes oboe * D a v l d s f e u l s t e l C\\Ntn L i t c h f i e l d C l a r i n e t J a n l n e O y e * C a t h y M c C a s h l n B a s s o o n W a r d H u n t i n g * P a t r i c i a K e e n Trumpet K a t h l e e n B o w l e s * P a u l B u t c h e r Horn * C h r l s ^ucfcner L y l e F f l l l aby M a u r e e n Hole Trombone J a m e s M a r c l a * B r i a n Thomson* R o n M o r r i l l B a s s Trombone. Carrie C h a p m a n R o d E l l a r d T i m p a n i P a m e l a o* P e r c u s s i o n J o s h u a D u b l i n ^denotes, p r i n c i p a l Looking for Gifts?... Visit the Shop in the Garden We're in your neighbourhood! Check us out for our selection of: • Choice plants in our plant centre • Informative gardening books • Decorative garden accessories • Imaginative gift ideas I* ubcbotanicalgarden & centre for plant research ::*i.mi o«*(*ii'fTCr'tii;m-t cslitusiv':-Open 7 days, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm until 23 December, re-opening on 17 January T h e V a n c o u v e r Philharmonic' O r c h e s t r a in l -The Vflntou.ver Philharmonic Orchestra Is proucci to perform aga with the K B C opera ensemble. The orchestra Is made up of did. cated amateur musicians who come together every Wednesday eve-ning to worle on music from the classical and contemporary sym-phonic repertoire, our principal c^uest Conductor;Juan C-astelao, will lead us In four of this year's, five concerts. Our upcoming concert, February lf)th, will feature pianist, Sara Travis Buechner, In Mendelssohn's serenade and Allegro cfocoso and Francte's variations Symphoniqu.es for Piano and Orchestra. April fff^, we wil l be joined by guitarist, Daniel Bolshoy, for the popular Concierto de Aranjuex. Both these concerts will be at shaughnessy Heights united Church, 1553 west 3 3 r d Avenue, at gpm On May 22 t h , again at gpm, we will be at the Norman Rothsteln Theatre, f)50 west 41 S T Avenue. A t this new venue Mary sofeol-Brown, violin, and t>avld Brown, bass, will perform Botteslnl's errand t>uo Concertant. Please jo in us for one or more of these concerts (suggested donatio 412/10) For more details checte our website at www.vcn.be.ca/vpo or call (&04) gy-gffffjgff n s t age director: Ass t . Director: Conductor: Repetlteurs: Rehearsal P ianis t : choreographer: Technical staff Prod. Manager/Tick, director: Ass i s t an t Tech. Directors: set c>eslgn: L i g h t i n g E>eslgn: L i g h t i n g Ass i s tan t : L i g h t i n g Operator: Properties Head: Properties Crew: wardrobe Supervisor: Wardrobe Ass is tan t : Makeup supervisor: Makeup Ass is tan t : t-talrdresslng and W i g s : Ass l s ta nt: s t age Manager: Ass t . s t age Managers: For the C h a n Centre: N a n c y tfermlston E>arryL Croft J o h n vanT>eur£.en Richard Epp David Booth royd A l e x s z r a m Catherine Lee El la K-lrby John Conlon AndrewJameson ^ryan Pollock Jeremy Baxter Kevin Louden jane Loo ng valerie Moffat Michelle Nelson Jason Conroy Parvin M l r h a d y <^lna M c L e l l a n Nel volr lch Carmen c^arcia Elfee Engl lch t IXonne Se l l lnger Melissa Tsang Mar l jka Brusse s i w i n g N g Karine ~£>erru& Cameron hAcC^ill owen schellenberger S.PBCIA L T H A N K S A very special t hank you to a l l the U.BC opera Ensemble students, past and present, who helped make this production possible! Thanks also to Martha Lou Henley Charitable Foundation, the r>avld Spencer Endowment Encouragement Fund, the C h a n Family, the U B C school of M u s i c and staff, the Vancouver opera c^uild, v>unbar Lumber, t>lane's Llngerle,jacc|ues vert at the B a y , and the Vancouver opera Freddie Wood Theatre, j a n e t B l c k f o r d , L y n n Bur ton . A N O T E O N OFFEN"B>AC-H-Whenthe curtain rose on the Premiere of.Qrphee flux infers In the tiny Bouffe—Parisiens theatre on Oct 21,155"$?, It signaled an event as significant In- the history of operetta as the opening of Oklahoma was to the development of the American musical, TO gratify the pleasure seeking mood of Paris under the second Em-pire,jacc\ues Offenbach had created a new type of musical theatre characterized by wit and charm, burlesque that poked fun lightly and music that effervesced with gaiety. The epitome of these compo-nents, Qrphee, ranks as a classic innovation and the first true operetta. The later Viennese operettas and the English school of f i l -bert and s u l l l v a n derived much inspiration from Offenbach but none ever surpassed his brilliant synthesis of satirical drama and enchanting music. The Franco-Prussian war brought about the end of the second Empire - Offenbach's popularity began to wane, and at the same time, his health deteriorated. After a financially disastrous tour of the united states he drifted into seclusion and began his only at-tempt at grand opera," Les Contes d'ttoffmann, which remained un-finished and unorchestrated at his death. Notwithstanding this great work, the operettas have secured a firm hold on the public and, as we approach the 125th anniversary of his death {Q.005), Offen-bach's irreverent and enchanting scores seem as accessible and vital as ever. P u b l i c o p l i / u o i A / s c o s t u m e g r a c i o u s l y s u p p l i e d b y L o c a t e d o ^ the. t h i r d floor a t t h e B a y i^owi/vtowiA, opera Tm at feob^OK S q u a r e j a i / u 2 3 W i t h the KB»c o p e r a Ei^sem-ble For reservations Contact (604) S^S 557-f A relaxing afternoon of opera .excerpts accompanied by a delicious pastry buffet, with coffee and a selection of teas In true English style . Jo l iA, u s f o r o u r S p r l i ^ 'ProductlotA.l Buqtne omofin C o m p o s e d b y T c h a l t e o v s t e y d i r ec to r : N a i / t c y H-erhuistoiA, £ } u e s t C o n d u c t o r : N o r b e r t B a x a C o - p r o d u c t l o v u w i t h T h e a t r e U B C C-haiA- C e n t r e f o r t h e P e r f o r m i n g A r t s M a r c h : 3 , 4 , 5 " , 6 - 2 0 0 5 " @ g p r n . S u n d a y p e r f o m t a i / t c e M a r c h 4 b e g i n s @ 3 piat T i c k e t s a v a i l a b l e a t T l c f e e t i ^ a s t e r 

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