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Roles of Hansel in Englebert Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel and Popova in William Walton’s The bear Gazzola, Leah Tami 1998

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r  ROLES OF HANSEL IN ENGLEBERT HUMPERDINCK»S HANSEL AND GRETEL AND POPOVA IN WILLIAM WALTON'S THE BEAR by LEAH TAMI GAZZOLA B.Mus., University of B r i t i s h Columbia, 1996 A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE  REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF MUSIC (OPERA) in  THE  FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES (School of Music)  if  We accept t h i s thesis as conforming to the required standard  THE  UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA March 1998 ©  Leah Tami Gazzola  In  presenting  degree  this  at the  thesis  in  University of  partial  fulfilment  British Columbia,  freely available for reference and study. copying  of  department  this or  thesis by  for scholarly  his  publication of this thesis  or  her  the  I agree  I further agree  purposes  may  representatives.  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His Children, Hansel and Gretel are hungry. To distract her little brother, Gretel teaches him to sing and dance. Their mother scolds them for playing instead of working. Now the children must go into the woods to pick strawberries for the evening meal. While they are gone, their father returns with a bundle of food under his arm. Learning that the children have gone into the woods, he grows apprehensive and joins his wife in searching for them.  Act  2  I n t h e f o r e s t . While Hansel is looking for strawberries, Gretel sits under a tree singing a folk song. Hansel returns with the berries, and since the children are hungry, they yield to the temptation of eating them. Night begins to fall. The darkness brings terror, for the children are now unable to find their way home. The Sandman comes to put the children to sleep with a lullaby. After they fall asleep, angels descend to provide the children with a protective ring.  Intermission  Act 3 T h e W i t c h ' s h o u s e . The Dew Fairy sprinkles dewdrops on the children. Waking, they find themselves in front of a gingerbread house decorated with gingerbread cookie figures of children. Hansel and Gretel begin to eat morsels of the house. Suddenly the Witch emerges. Her magic keeps the children rooted to the ground. She locks Hansel in a cage and forces Gretel to do housework. The Witch sings a gleeful song about her strange activities. Gretel, meanwhile, steals her wand and with it trees her brother. W h e n the Witch orders Gretel to look into the flaming oven, Gretel feigns stupidity and asks the Witch to show her how this is done. W h e n the Witch stands before the open door, Hansel and Gretel push her inside and slam the door. The Witch's oven explodes. This is the signal for all the Witch's previous victims to change from gingerbread back into little children. The parents of Hansel and Gretel appear, find their children free, and all join in a celebration.  Members of the Orchestra VIOLIN I  Denis Letourneau* (Concertmaster) Susan Schaffer (Assistant Concertmaster) Susan Onsorge Carole Ruth VIOLIN II  Imant Raminsh* Don Cowell Sarah Anderson  BASS  TRUMPET  Wayne Schmidt*  Eddie Haug* Jim Howie  FLUTE  Margaret Burton* OBOE  Walter Burton* CLARINET  TROMBONE  Don Bennett TIMPANI/PERCUSSION  Dominique Brunchmann  Doug Sonju* Sally Arai  KEYBOARD/HARP  VIOLA  Yvonne Kushnier* Shari House  BASSOON  *Principal  CELLO  George Kiraly* Moma Howie  HORN Edmund House* Jacqui Shinkewski  Roslyn Frant:  Orchestra Personnel Manager Edmund House - -— Librariani Wayne Schmidt  r r*  t~r -  -  !  HanseLari(LGreteL  1  Director Conductor Assistant Conductor Choral Director  Nancy Hermiston Bruce Dunn Andrew Del Riccio Elizabeth Scott  •m  Cast Hansel (Hansel understudy Suzanne Abbott) Gretel (Gretel understudy Alexandra Tait) Mother/Echo Father Witch Sandman/Echo Dew Fairy/Echo Market Vendors  December 14  December 15  Tami Gazzola  Barb Tarry  Barb Vogt  Phoebe MacRae*  •ft  I H  Karyn Way* Heidi Davis Jonathan Liebich Alan Corbishley Mireille Rijavec Grace Chan Lee Froelich Kimberly Webb Jennifer Skidmore Alexandra Tait Kimberly Webb Kimberly Webb Alexandra Tait Alexandra Tait Hussein Janmohamed Hussein Janmohamed Students from Elizabeth 5cott Music Studio UBC Opera Ensemble  Gingerbread Chorus Angels * Members of Canadian Actors' Equity Association  Production  Musical Director Assistant Directors  Technical Director Lighting Design Assistant Technical Director Stage Manager Kelowna Technical Crew  Richard Epp Craig Holzschuh Hussein Janmohamed Richard Epp Eiko Ogawa Sonia Kim Derek Mack Jeremy Baxter Jonathan Liebich Craig Holzschuh Dragon Productions  Designs for Soloists' costumes Scenery Design Assistant Stage Manager/ Production Assistants Stage Carpenter Scenic Artist/Coordinator Set Decoration Makeup Assistant  Alison Green** UBC Opera Ensemble Suseh Nievares Hussein Janmohamed Jonathan Liebich Jesse White UBC Opera Ensemble Karen Meek  Repetiteurs  President's Message \\ \ ^comc to cut 11 m s f i cial  thh UBC  Opera'Ensemble'mid}^  Okanagan Symphonyi'Orch'esirafSM _  ,  A  •fSmceiGhtistmaeiis a specialtimefor?^}  1  t\  Ichildren.ahdfamihesi'wejo'bhfo^^  **Member of Associated Designers of Canada  <;•', presenting family Christmas'  Acknowledgements:  * ' '<  stprogrammes'each'year.-So/sit hack andnvfi--^  UBC School of Music Dunbar Lumber Supply James Bailey Se'Kwang Oh  Frederic Wood Theatre Amir Janmohamed Gina Oh International Stage Lines  H!en)oy:.this;year's presentationi'May you'^l^-A y  si haveaivonderful and joyous Christmas :-*3!n,<i  C. 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