A dad and his daughters, loving life in New York City

Wednesday, May 24


it was BIG night for scoboco: the world premiere of "panacea: an original musical about trust, betrayal and hope" running from now until... well, until tomorrow at 10:00 a.m.. a limited run, sure, but definitely one of the most original, heartfelt, lump-in-the-throat theatrical experiences of my life.ok, this was bo's sixth-grade play, which the kids wrote, directed, set designed, choreographed, starred in. the plot takes us from elizabethan england to a not-too-distant future of "the world federation," and back and forth and back and forth. in both eras, whole populations are being wiped out by the plague; leaders in both eras seek out a quick cure--a panacea--when a sorceress in each leads them to the unicorn's horn and the narwhal's tooth, respectively; in both eras everyone learns that that while there may not be a magic cure, a solution can be found if we keep our hope, and work together. SO beautiful!!!

the songs were really impressive, especially the big production numbers. the english accents were totally endearing. the cosumes were amazing. the energy on stage was HUGE. and the whole thing came in at a tidy one hour, five minutes running time. it was a wonderful night.

i'm so proud of you little bo, and i love you very much.

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Blogger David Marc Fischer said...

It looks marvelous--congrats to all!

11:10 AM, May 25, 2006

Anonymous dglass said...

The sets and costumes look amazing! I particularly like the tapestries. And Bo looks a little like Ally Sheedy... no, seriously, Bo looks beautiful.

That narwhal thing is a tooth?! UNbelievable!

6:12 PM, May 25, 2006

Anonymous Anonymous said...

it looks totally cool!!!!

6:28 PM, June 02, 2006


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