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The Great Opera Mix-up and How the West was Sung

Friday, October 25, 2013:  Northeast Elementary in Brighton, CO

"Opera is a story in which everything is sung; where mixed-up people suffer barbs that mixed-up fate has flung."

Learn that opera is musical storytelling - with plot, characters, conflicts and resolution.  This is great preparation for story writing units or reinforcement of literary elements for all grades.

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"Along with dreams, they brought their songs; that's how the west was sung."

Western frontier history comes alive when seen through the eyes and music of Colorado's Silver King, Horace Tabor, and his beautiful wife Baby Doe; plus the Unsinkable Molly Brown; along with Clara Brown, freed slave and Colorado pioneer, and other assorted frontier characters.

Teachers may download one of the following:
How The West Was Sung Show Information PDF
How the West Was Sung Study Guide PDF

Admission to any academic performance is solely at the discretion of the producing venue.  Please contact the school directly to see if you may attend.