Based on the famous novella by Oliver Sacks
On Saturday, Oct 22 our group attended Urban Arias’ “A Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat”. Urban Arias has made a national name for itself by producing short, contemporary operas with outstanding musical direction.
The questions I was left with after the performance are:
Why was this work, developed from the original book by Oliver Sachs, performed as an Opera?
Did the music support and move the story forward?
Was the music integral to the story?
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