Scripts/Scores 2017-09-06T01:39:50+00:00


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Clara, My Love is an art song musical based on the life of Clara Wieck Schumann. The music is that of the major players in the story – Clara, Robert Schumann, and Johannes Brahms, but with new English lyrics. It tells the story of the young, musically gifted but shy Clara who was fiercely sculpted into one of the most sought-after concert pianists in Germany and Europe by her staunch father, Friedrich. When the handsome young composer Robert Schumann comes to study with Friedrich, a friendship between Clara and Robert blossoms into a secret love affair. After a bitter court battle with disapproving Friedrich, Clara and Robert marry, but this is only the beginning of many challenges to follow for couple.

Libretto and Piano/Vocal score together. Including musical numbers “Mastery of the piano” (Am Strande), “Clara’s aside” (Im wunderschönen Monat Mai), “Robert’s song” (Aus alten Märchen), “Love letters” (Unterm Fenster), “You’re dead to me” (Ich grolle nicht), “All fathers love their children” (Familien-Gemälde), Süßer Freund, du blickest, “The wedding duet” (Widmung), “Your ring on my finger” (Du Ring an meinem Finger), “Something stirs” (Phänomen), “Clara’s lament” (Nun hast du  mir…seit ich ihn gesehen), My Star (Mein Stern), Lullaby (Wiegenlied), Benedictus.  For more information on Clara, My Loveclick here.

Finding Pennies features the music of American composer Amy Cheney Beach in an art song musical about love, coming of age, and navigating challenges in life.  The musical begins with Amy and her friends (Bethany, Kayla, Brooke, Jordan and Emma) eagerly anticipating the completion of their college degrees and the adventures to follow.  As the story progresses, each must come to grips with how she defines herself and what that means for her life.

Libretto and Piano/Vocal score together. Including musical numbers “Am I Here?,” “Emma, marry me,” “O mistress mine,” “When I am down,” “Here’s to living,” “I will believe,” “We’ve just begun,” “I give my all,” “Like you,” “The world has changed,” “Lullaby,” “Let me love you,” “I will believe finale.” For more information on Finding Pennies, click here.

The Pirates of Pinafore is an operetta parody with music from the various works of Gilbert and Sullivan. The story centers around a shipwrecked, quasi-piratical “masculine” ingénue, Ralphric, who pursues and is pursued by four sopranos (Josephine, Mabel, Patience and Yum-Yum), much to the chagrin of his “feminine” fellow pirate, Baby Ruth. As this love sextet attempts to navigate a resolution, the groups from which they hail (the Pirates of the H. M. S. Pinafore, Sir Joseph’s daughters, Patience’s warrior cousins and the Japanese study abroad students) also attempt to navigate an escape from the tropical island where they are stranded.

Libretto and Piano/Vocal score in one convenient title. Including musical numbers “Climb’ing over rocky mountains,” “The hours creep on apace,” “My gallant crew, good morning,” “From the briny sea,” “Things are seldom what they seem,” “Poor wan’dring one,” “With cat-like tread,” “I cannot tell what this love may be,” “Comes a train of little ladies,” “Three little maids from school,” “The sun whose rays are all ablaze,” “Were I thy bride,” “A paradox,” “Take a pair of sparkling eyes,” “Then one of us will be a queen,” “Oh dry the glistening tear,” “None shall part us from each other,” “Act II finale.”  For more information on The Pirates of Pinaforeclick here.

The Pirates of Pinafore JR is a one-hour version of The Pirates of Pinafore adapted for elementary and middle school-aged singer/actors.  With modified arrangements to suit the limited vocal ranges and stamina of children, this is a perfect way to introduce elementary schools, middle schools, summer camps, and after-school arts programs to operetta in a fun, silly story about pirates, sailors, warrior women, and more!

Young pirate Ralphric has gained the attentions of four beautiful sopranos: Josephine, Mabel, Patience and Yum-Yum.  Stranded on a tropical island after each group was shipwrecked, Ralphric attempts to choose between the sopranos unaware that fellow pirate, Baby Ruth, is seeking his affections as well.  Between Sir Joseph and his daughters, the native warrior women, the pirates. and the foreign exchange students, can all the inhabitants of the island work together to escape, and who will win the hand of Ralphric?

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