Sicilian Limes & Gianni Schicchi
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Sicilian Limes & Gianni Schicchi
 
Sicilian Limes & Gianni Schicchi scene
 
Sicilian Limes & Gianni Schicchi scene
 
Sicilian Limes & Gianni Schicchi scene
Sicilian Limes
By Luigi Pirandello
Music Direction by Martha Dahlberg

Staging by Noel Rennerfeldt

Gianni Schicchi
By Giacomo Puccini
Directed by Jeff Hendry

February 22 - 25, 2007

Two One Act shows

Sicilian Limes (Opera)
Sicilian Limes follows the journey of a man who must

decide if he still loves the flame of his youth.

Setting: Late 1920's.  A city in Italy.

Gianni Schicchi (Comedy)
Gianni Schicci outlines the trouble that greed can cause.
When a wealthy man's family realizes, upon his death,
that they aren't in his will, they beg the cunning Gianni to
impersonate the dead man (whose death is known only
to the family) and attempt to change his will.

Setting: Florence in the 1920's 

Scenery & Lighting Design
Noel Rennerfeldt
 
Costume Design
Jeff Hendry
 
Sicilian Limes was translated by Isaac Goldberg from Plays of the Italian Theater. Boston: John W. Luce and Company, 1921
 
Right to perform Puccini Gianni Schicchi, in the English translation by A. and H. Grossman, subject to all terms and conditions by arrangement with

Hendon Music, inc., a Boosey & Hawkes company, Sole Agent in the U.S., Canada and Mexico for Casa Ricordi-BMG Ricordi S.p.A, Milan Italy, a BMG Editions company, publisher and copyright owner.
 
 

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