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VoiceTheatre

“VOICETheatre is all the right things, mesmerizing, thrilling and evocative”

Neil Ganzlinger, The New York Times
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    • Legacy at The Cockpit Theatre in London, UK
    • Birds on a Wire
    • Family Cycles at L'Espace de la Grace in Paris, France
    • Birds on a Wire at The Sanctuary Arts Initiative in New York City
    • Master Class at the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice
    • Women's Minyan at JET Theatre in Detroit
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This award-winning music theatre company, founded in Paris, presents three plays directed by Shauna Kanter, that unite communities and deliver excellence:

 

MASTER CLASS                    BIRDS ON A WIRE                    LEGACY

 

 

 

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VOICETheatre’s
MASTER CLASS
Tony award-winning play by Terrence McNally

GENRE: Opera, Musical, Broadway, Classical L1400

Based on the master classes that Callas conducted at Juilliard, packed with humor, the play celebrates the art of singing as we journey through the inner workings of Ms. Callas, from the challenges she demands of her students, to the failures of her romances, to the artistry she shares with us all. Irene Glezos brilliantly brings to life the depth that Callas displayed in her inspiring life.

 

 

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Four Stars Edinburgh****
VOICETheatre’s
BIRDS ON A WIRE

GENRE: New Works, VOICEwork, Modern, Multi-mediaL1400

Internationally acclaimed. The untold story of a Jewish family in 1930’s Texas as they fight to stave off foreclosure, the dust and the lies they tell each other as they unearth family secrets and move toward reconciliation. American history intersects with the brave men and women who stayed on their farms during the Dust Bowl.  “A winner”, Edfringe, Edinburgh

 

 

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Premiered in the UK now based in NYC
VOICETheatre’s
LEGACY
Music Theatre

GENRE: Music Theatre, Experimental/New works, VOICEwork, Multi-Media L1400

European Commission Award. Suspenseful rescue story of a German Jewish family. Berlin on the eve of WWII. Inspired by true events. A young American girl discovers the cowardice and courage of her father as we travel from the playful 60’s to Berlin, 1939. Floor to ceiling archival footage, Klezmer music, uniquely stylized vocals. Educational Outreach. “Thrillingly authentic”, London Times.

 

 

ORGANIZATION: VOICETheatre
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