Jack Pine – Vancouver Opera In Schools
April 26, 2009, 3:30pm
- Sunday, April 26, 2009 at 1:30pm
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- Sunday, April 26, 2009 at 3:30pm
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53 Elgin Street, Ottawa
$10, Children $5, Family (4) $25
NAC Box Office
Box Office Hours of Operation:
Monday to Saturday: 10:00 to 21:00
Sundays and Holidays: when a performance is scheduled, the Box Office will open 2 hours prior to curtain until 15 minutes after the curtain time of the last performance.
Debit card and major credit cards accepted.
To order tickets by phone call Ticketmaster at 613.755.1111 or visit any Ticketmaster outlet in person. Major credit cards accepted. All sales final. Subject to service charges.
Music and libretto by Veda Hille
Based on the children’s book by Canadian poet Christopher Patton
Amiel Gladstone, Dramaturge/Stage Director
Kinza Tyrell, Music Director
Rebecca Craster, Stage Manager
Drew Facey, Set and Props Design
John Powell, Costume Design
Hiather Darnel-Kadonaga, soprano (Piper/Pitch Pine)
Rose-Ellen Nichols, mezzo-soprano (Rebecca/Red Cedar)
Adam Fisher, tenor (Jackson/Jack Pine)
Michael MacKinnon, bass (Botanist/White Pine)
Andrea Wood, piano
Make like a tree and sing! Vancouver Opera in Schools presents the wonderful story of Jack Pine, the gnarly and misunderstood tree who lives in the Canadian Rockies and tries to find his place among the other trees. Come meet the tenacious Jack Pine and his friends as they explore some of the myths and facts of Canada’s vast forests. An engaging 45-minute opera for young audiences (kindergarten to grade 7), Jack Pine is based on the children’s book of the same name by Christopher Patton, with music and libretto by Veda Hille.
Hiather Darnel-Kadonaga (soprano), Rose-Ellen Nichols (mezzo-soprano), Adam Fisher (tenor), and Michael MacKinnon (bass) are the talented cast, accompanied by pianist Andrea Wood. Both childfriendly and environmentally-friendly, this musical romp through the forests of western Canada is a delightful family outing.
Jack Pine will also be performed from April 21 to 24 in local schools.
Generously supported by Martha Lou Henley