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Past Productions

Arranged in Alphabetical Order.

A Moment of War, 1959
Richard Owen, composer & librettist
Androcles and the Lion, 1996
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist
Abigail Adams, 1988
Richard Owen, composer & librettist
Alice Meets the Mock Turtle, 1988
Susan Hulsman Bingham, composer & librettist, based on Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Alice in Concert, 1989
Elizabeth Swados, composer & librettist, based on Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll
American Punchlines, 1994
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist
Amor, 1984
John Mueter, composer & librettist
Apache Dance, 1982
Joseph Fennimore, composer & librettist, based on a story, "Don't Call Me by My Right Name," from Color of Darkness, by James Purdy.
Apollo and Persephone
Gerald Cockshott (pronouced "kosher"), composer & librettist
The Archers
Benjamin Carr, composer, as part of A Revolutionary Celebration
At Last I Found You, 1983
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on a story by Evelyn E. Smith.
Bagatelle, 1963
Claude Pascal
 
Beggar’s Holiday, 1996
Duke Ellington, composer, Dale Wasserman librettist, John Latouche and Dale Wasserman lyrics, based on The Beggar’s Opera by John Gay.
The Big Black Box, 1984
Sam Morgenstern, composer, Francis Steegmuller, librettist
Blue Star, 1983
Judith Dvorkin, composer & librettist
Blues in the Subway, 1990
Alonzo Levister, composer & librettist
The Boor, 1949
Mark Bucci, Eugene Haun, based the play by Anton Chekhov
The Boor, 1992
Ulysses Kay, composer & librettist, based on the play by Anton Chekhov.
Buxom Joan, 1974
Raynor Talyor, realization by Conrad Strasser, Thomas Willett, librettist. Part of A Revolutionary Celebration
The Disappointment, 1974
Andrew Barton, reconstructed libretto by Beth Flusser as part of A Revolutionary Celebration
Dismissed with Prejudice, 2000
Richard Owen, composer & librettist
Cabildo, 1990
Amy Beach, composer, Nan Stephens, librettist
Carmen, 1976
George Bizet, Arr. Conrad Strasser, Ring Lardner, librettist, based on Bizet’s opera.
Elegies for the Fallen, 1988
Joyce Solomon, composer, Rashidah Ismaili, librettist
English Painter, 1984
Lee Hoiby, composer, based on a monologue by Ruth Draper
The Ethiop
Raynor Taylor, composer. Part of A Revolutionary Celebration
Evangeline, 1985
Otto Luening, composer & librettist, based on the poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Eventide, 1983
James Fennimore, composer & librettist, based on a story Eventide from Color of Darkenss, by James Purdy
Fables for Our Times, 1984
Vernon Martin, composer & librettist, based on The Weaver and the Worm, The Rose and the Weed, The Lion Who Wanted to Zoom by James Thurber
Fair Means or Foul, 1983
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on a fairy-tale
Father of the Child, 1985
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on Butterfingers Angel from The Slaughters of 12 Hit Carols on a Pear Tree, William Gibson
A Faun in the Forest
Gerald Cockshott, composer & librettist
The Fisherman and his Wife, 1992
Susan Hulsman Bingham, composer & librettist, based on a fairy-tale
Fit for a King, 1950
Martin Kalmanoff, composer, Atra Baer, librettist
Fortunes Favorites, 1982
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on Baker’s Dozen, H.H. Monroe
From the Diaries of Adam and Eve, 1984
Donald Grantham, composer & librettist, based on the story by Mark Twain
Garden of Live Flowers, 1988
Vivian Fine, composer & librettist, based on Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
The Gift of the Magi, 1987
Susan Hulsman Bingham, composer & librettist, based on a story by O. Henry
Goldilocks, 1993
Judith Lang Zaimont, composer & librettist
The Happy Hypocrite, 1991
Alonzo Levister, composer & librettist, based on a story by Max Beerbohm
Harlequin’s Opera,
James Ralph, composer, reconstructed libretto by Beth Flusser
Have You Heards, Do You Know, 1983
Louise Talma, composer & librettist
Housewives Cantata, 1990
Mira J. Spektor, composer, June Siegel, librettist
How Do You Do, Sir?
Christopher Pavlakis, composer, Alfred Kreymborg, librettist
Humpty Dumpty, 1988
Judith Dvorkin, composer & librettist, based on Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Husbands, Wives and Lovers, 1993
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist
Implications of Melissa, 1984
Philip Carlsen, composer & librettist
Impossible Forest, 1962
Alec Wilder, composer, Marshall Barrer, librettist
In a Garden, 1949
Meyer Kupferman, composer, based on a story by Gertrude Stein from “First Reader”
The Incognitos, 1966
Nevitt Bartow, composer, Philip Brownell, librettist
The Indian Princess, 1974
John Bray, composer, reconstructed libretto by Beth Flusser as part of A Revolutionary Celebration
Jewish Humor from Oy to Veh, 1990
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on folk tales
Jumping Frog of Caleveras County, 1950
Lukas Foss,composer, Jean Karsavina, librettist, based on the story by Mark Twain
La Pizza Con Funghi, 1989
Seymour Bamb, composer & librettist, based on II Fomicazolie, by Michael Green
Ladies Voices, 1970
Vernon Martin, composer, words by Gertrude Stein
The Last Leaf, 1987
Susan Hulsman Bingham, composer & librettist, based on a story by O. Henry
Leo, 1986,
Michael Ching, composer, Fernando Fonseca, librettist
Let's not Talk About Lenny Anymore 2013,
Seymour Barab, composer and librettist
Look and Long, 1970
Florence Wickham & Marvin Schwartz, composer, words by Gertrude Stein
Lord Byron, 1990
Virgil Thomson, Jack Lar
Mating Habits of the Radical Chic, 1993
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on The Problem, by A.R. Gurney
Midas, 1966
Reily Raffman, Albert Southwick
New World-What Columbus Did to the Indians, 1991
Leonard Lehrman, composer, Joel Shatzky, librettist
Noye’s Fludde,
Benjamin Britten
Based on the 16th Century Miracle Play
Opera, Opera, 1956
Martin Kalmanoff, based on a play by William Saroyan
Out the Window, 1985
Seymour Bamb, composer & librettist, based on Par La Fenêtre, Georges Feydeau
Passion in Principal’s Office, 1987
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on a French farce by Georges Feydeau
The Perfect Plan, 2004
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist
Perpetual, 1963,
Ernest Kanitz, composer, Ellen Terry, libretttist
Photograph, 1970
Martin Kalmanoff, composer, words by Gertrude Stein
The Pied Piper of Hamelin, 2004
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist
Pietro’s Petard, 1963
Hall Overton, composer, Robert de Marie, librettist
Pot of Broth, 1961
Herbert Haufrecht, composer & librettist, based on the story by William Butler Yeats
Pot of Fat, 1956
Theodore Chanler, composer, Hester Pickman, librettist, based on a fairy-tale
Powerful Medicine, 1996
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist
Predators, 1985
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on Beast of a Different Burden, by Faith Whitehill
Public Defender, 2003
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist
Queenie Pie, 1993
Duke Ellington, composer & librettist
Roman Fever, 2006
Robert Ward, composer & librettist
Requiem for a Rich Young Man, 1982
Norman Lockwood composer, Donald Sutherland, librettist
The Ruined Maid, 1986
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on a poem by Thomas Hardy
The Runaways, 1978
Louis Pisciotta, composer, John Maglione, librettist
Say Cheese, 1995
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist
Scenes in Wonderland, 2000
Seymour Barab, composer, words by Lewis Carroll
The Silver Fox, 1985
Libby Larsen, composer, John Olive, librettist
Snow White, 2001
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist
Something New For the Zoo, 1984
Lee Hoiby, composer, Dudley Huppler, librettist
Sorry, Wrong Number, 1982
Jerome Moross, composer, Lucille Fletcher (Wallop), librettist based on the play
Sweet Betsy from Pike, 1956
Mark Bucci, composer & librettist, based on a folk-tale
The Tales of Hoffmann, 2005
Jacques Offenbach, composer, Jules Barbier, librettist
Tars from Tripoli, 1974
James Hewitt, reconstructed libretto by Beth Flusser as part of A Revolutionary Celebration
The Telephone, 1953
Gian-Carlo Menotti, composer & librettist
Trouble in Tahiti, 1997
Leonard Bernstein, composer & librettist
Three Sisters Who Are Not Sisters, 1970
Ned Rorem, composer, words by Gertrude Stein
Three’s Company
Michael Flanders, composer & librettist
Triple Sec, 1950
Marc Blitzstein, composer, Ronald Jeans, librettist
Troubled Island, 1988
William Grant Still, composer, Langston Hughes, librettist
The Volunteers, 1974
Alexander Reinagle, composer, reconstructed libretto by Beth Flusser as part of A Revolutionary Celebration
Waiting for the Barbarians, 1984
Vernon Martin, composer & librettist, based on a poem by Constantine Cavafy
War Scenes, 1987
Ned Rorem, composer, words by Walt Whitman
Who Am I? (or Goosegirl), 1988
Seymour Barab, composer & librettist, based on a fairy-tale
Wild Gardens of the Loup Garou, 1985
Carmen Moore, composer & librettist, based on poems by Ishmael Reed and Colleen McElroy
The Willowdale Handcar, 1986
Frank Wigglesworth, composer, words by Edward Gorey
The Whole World Kin, 1987
Susan Hulsman Bingham, composer & librettist, based on a story by O. Henry