METROPOLIS ENSEMBLE PRESENTS

WHEN A MAN LOVES TWO WOMEN
 

An open-workshop performance of a comic opera inspired by Frasier's "When a Man Loves Two Women" episode.

 

Tuesday, September 19

1 Rivington Street / 2nd Floor (Buzzer #1) / New York, NY
7:00pm (doors) / 7:30pm (event)


Tickets: $20 Preferred Seating / $10 General

Wine served before and after show, provided by Miro Cellars


The very word Frasier has become synonymous with intelligent writing, universal comedy, and a kind of humor for the "well-read". There is something almost of Lorenzo da Ponte (Mozart’s frequent collaborator) in the teleplays for Frasier and composer Doug Balliett has chosen one of the most Mozartean episodes, "When a Man Loves Two Women” (from Season Five of the celebrated show) to set to music.

Bringing the idea to life are 14 outstanding musicians and singers including new music stalwarts Deviant Septet, members of Metropolis Ensemble, along with a cast of some of New York's finest singers.


CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS

 
 
 

Frasier Crane: Jesse Blumberg

Niles Crane: Zackry Jonas-O'Toole

Martin Crane: Benjamin Matus

Daphne Moon: Marie Marquis

Cassandra Stone: Katherine Copland

Faye Moscowitz: Molly Quinn

Roz Doyle: Ariadne Greif

Violin: Katie Hyun

Double Bass: Nate Chase

Clarinet: Bill Kalinkos

Bassoon: Brad Balliett

Trumpet: Mike Gurfield

Trombone: Mike Lormand

Percussion: Dylan Greene