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 || produced by Divergence Vocal Theater | performed November 2010 at Obsidian Arts Space, Houston, TX | directed by Misha Penton | scenic design by David Brown | costume design by Sarah Mosher | lighting & video design by Megan M. Reilly | photography by Sarah Mosher and Dave Nickerson ||
       
     
 Selkie, A Sea Tale was an original opera composed by Elliot Cooper Cole, written by Misha Penton, and conceived collaboratively between Penton and myself. The creative team worked primarily on Google Wave, a great (if short-lived) tool for collaborating in real time with artists online, before meeting in Houston to put our ideas on stage.
       
     
 From the  Feldenkrais Center of Houston Blog, 11.8.2010 : "The lighting by Megan Reilly was at first whimsical, then provided a heartbreaking ambiance for the inevitable conclusion of love lost – or at least, different than you thought it would be. In concert with David Brown’s stunning minimalist set installation, consisting of three large metal frames, wrapped in layer upon layer of cling-wrap, the effect was inviting, engaging, and a thing of beauty."
       
     
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Selkie, A Sea Tale
       
     
Selkie, A Sea Tale
 || produced by Divergence Vocal Theater | performed November 2010 at Obsidian Arts Space, Houston, TX | directed by Misha Penton | scenic design by David Brown | costume design by Sarah Mosher | lighting & video design by Megan M. Reilly | photography by Sarah Mosher and Dave Nickerson ||
       
     

|| produced by Divergence Vocal Theater | performed November 2010 at Obsidian Arts Space, Houston, TX | directed by Misha Penton | scenic design by David Brown | costume design by Sarah Mosher | lighting & video design by Megan M. Reilly | photography by Sarah Mosher and Dave Nickerson ||

 Selkie, A Sea Tale was an original opera composed by Elliot Cooper Cole, written by Misha Penton, and conceived collaboratively between Penton and myself. The creative team worked primarily on Google Wave, a great (if short-lived) tool for collaborating in real time with artists online, before meeting in Houston to put our ideas on stage.
       
     

Selkie, A Sea Tale was an original opera composed by Elliot Cooper Cole, written by Misha Penton, and conceived collaboratively between Penton and myself. The creative team worked primarily on Google Wave, a great (if short-lived) tool for collaborating in real time with artists online, before meeting in Houston to put our ideas on stage.

 From the  Feldenkrais Center of Houston Blog, 11.8.2010 : "The lighting by Megan Reilly was at first whimsical, then provided a heartbreaking ambiance for the inevitable conclusion of love lost – or at least, different than you thought it would be. In concert with David Brown’s stunning minimalist set installation, consisting of three large metal frames, wrapped in layer upon layer of cling-wrap, the effect was inviting, engaging, and a thing of beauty."
       
     

From the Feldenkrais Center of Houston Blog, 11.8.2010: "The lighting by Megan Reilly was at first whimsical, then provided a heartbreaking ambiance for the inevitable conclusion of love lost – or at least, different than you thought it would be. In concert with David Brown’s stunning minimalist set installation, consisting of three large metal frames, wrapped in layer upon layer of cling-wrap, the effect was inviting, engaging, and a thing of beauty."

Selkie4.jpg
       
     
Selkie5.jpg
       
     
Selkie7.jpg
       
     
Selkie8.jpg
       
     
Selkie10.jpg