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VS. ROBERT SCHUMANN By MYLA LICHTMAN-FIELDS
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In 1840 Leipzig, Germany, after four years of being refused the hand of Friedrich Wieck's daughter, Robert Schumann was finally forced to take legal steps--required by Saxony law -- in order to ... More > win a court dispensation giving him permission to marry his beloved virtuosa interpreter of his music, Clara Wieck. In the ensuing courtroom battle, Clara's two male counterparts --her father and her lover -- project their contrasting visions for Clara upon her being.< Less
THE WETBACK By MYLA LICHTMAN-FIELDS
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"THE WETBACK" tells the story of Ernesto Sanchez, a 16 year-old undocumented farm laborer accused of murdering his employer's son. The story is presented as a juvenile hearing in two-act... More > dramatic form that takes place over the course of a single day in July of 1976 against the backdrop of the United States Bicentennial.< Less
FELIX AND FANNY By MYLA LICHTMAN-FIELDS
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FELIX & FANNY provides a look into the loves and career frustrations of the musician-siblings, Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn. This two person dramatic play explores the sexist and anti-Semitic... More > German society of 1821-1847 that prevented Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel from developing concert skills like her illustrious brother Felix, who published many of Fanny's compositions under his own name.< Less
Songs Inspired By The Bible And Jewish Liturgy By MYLA LICHTMAN-FIELDS
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Vocal music based on the Bible [Torah portions], Jewish liturgy, Jewish holidays, and Israel.
WAGADU By MYLA LICHTMAN-FIELDS
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The African mytho-drama WAGADU tells the story of a West African father (BANTU) and his son (BAMAKO) who search for the spiritual salvation for their drought-stricken tribe. Their quest is triggered... More > by Bamako's dream commanding him to search out the four Wagadus--in the west, in the north, in the east, and in the south of Africa.< Less
BRIGID OF KILDARE By MYLA LICHTMAN-FIELDS
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In 450 A.D. Ireland, the Druid CHIEF DUBTACH of Leinster simultaneously fathered a son [BACENE] by his wife, CONDLA, and a daughter [BRIGID] by his bondmaid BROCESA. Condla insisted that the... More > pregnant Brocessa be sold and sent away to Connacht. Irish law demanded that the children of slaves be returned to their original owners upon reaching the age of eight. After the King ordered Dubtach to give 15 year-old Brigid her freedom, she took her vows to become a Sister in Christ. Along the Great Road on her return to help her mother in Connacht, Brigid met other Sisters and discovered how miserable and isolated the women were. She vowed to help them by creating a monastery community for women. Brigid's dream of a monastery (convent) for women is glimpsed within the context of the play’s dream sequence. Women in Brigid's community would establish scriptoriums , hospitals, communal farms, and nurture art and music [women would sing Gregorian chants].< Less
FAUSTINE By MYLA LICHTMAN-FIELDS
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"FAUSTINE" begins in 1996 at All Soul's College at Oxford University, England, where Faustine White, L.L.D. is a graduate student working on a comparative study "SCIENCE VERSUS... More > RELIGION". With this controversial topic, she’s summoned the Devil's attention and forced herself to explore problems existing at the threshold of the 21st century, where technologies have outpaced human sociological development. The Devil forges a contract with Faustine for her soul. In Faustine's fantastic adventure, Faustine drinks a magic potion prepared by a gaggle of Walpurgis Night witches, then travels to a swank London nightclub, where "The Seven Deadly Sins" provide the floorshow. She travels through time and comes to see the importance of the media, of science and religion in helping to shape our image of ourselves in our world.< Less
THE SCANDALMAKERS By MYLA LICHTMAN-FIELDS
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THE SCANDALMAKERS offers a unique view of MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT GODWIN and the exorcizing of her Frankenstein story during the summer of 1816, while she was a member of the English literati group that... More > was scandalizing Geneva.< Less

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