Goat Hall Productions'
San Francisco Cabaret Opera
April 20, 2013 at 8:00 PM
April 21, 2013 at 8:00 PM
SF Community Music Center
544 Capp Street, San Francisco 94110
Cabaret Table (per seat) $25
Seniors & Students
(Fri & Sat)
The Seven Deadly
cabaret rock opera
The Seven Deadly Pleasures
is a modern tale of human character...or the search for it. The absurdly
funny and darker side meet in the Dante family, where the American dream is
offset by the trickery of the Devil.
Lyrics by Allison Lovejoy and Geoff Ball
Book by Allison Lovejoy
JULY 5-6, 2013
(Fri & Sat)
Fresh Voices XIII
of Goat Hall Composers
Mark Alburger’s The Decameron--First
brings Boccaccio’s bawdy tale to musical life in ten irreverent, sexy
vignettes on the loves and lures of 14th-Century Italians.
John Bilotta’s Quantum Mechanic, asks: In a world of
anti-gravity pens, neuro-fuzzy rice cookers, and deflating wormholes, is
there no one who can save us?
Allan Crossman’s Mozart! Where Are You? is a new musical about
young music students searching for their voice, finding themselves...and
each other. And making an accidental appearance is Mozart himself suddenly
trying to make sense of the mayhem!
Hall's 2013 Season
is funded in
generous grants from
The Kenneth Rainin Foundation
The Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation
Anywhere But Here
Avowedly apolitical, devotedly
humanistic—these three brave
brothers share a revolutionary
spirit that shines ever brighter
as the centuries pass.
A program of scenes and arias
by Mozart, Weill, and Menotti,
all deeply spiritual inhabitants
of tumultuous times, who not
only move us, but move us
away out of the present and
into our dreams.