LIEBE LOVE AMOUR! enjoyed its official premiere at the New Ohio Theater on August 31st, and then went on to a lovely residency at Duke University with performances at the Shaeffer Theater on September 14th and 15th. Then it was off to Middletown CT, for a performance in the Outside the Box series at Wesleyan University’s fabulous Center for the Arts Theater, where it was Liebe at its grandest scale yet. Much Love und Amour continues to be had by all!!!
This summer, Anonymous Ensemble is developing CHILD’S PLAY! We are collaborating with Ella Davis Farrell (pictured) to try to encapsulate the imagination of a five-year-old. All you mommies and daddies out there, we are going to present a workshop of the new show on Sunday, August 19th at 4:00 pm (3:30 craft time optional). Please contact us if you’d like to bring your chilluns!
Anonymous Ensemble is continuing development of our Turing Opera. This is a montage from last summer’s workshop of the first act with the National Opera of Greece. Click through YouTube link for more info about the performance. www.turingopera.com
The time has come for Hilda und Co. to embark on a new act of creation – an act of LOVE!
We will be creating a live film about love on the silver screen and love in our lives and it’s going to star you!
Please watch the video and click on the link to find out how you can join in Hilda’s search for love and be part of a special, Kickstarters only screening performance thing on Valentine’s Day.
Listen to and read the first act of The Turing Opera! Sorry, no video yet…
The piece is about the amazing life of Alan Turing, the mid-twentieth century mathematician / codebraker / theorist who helped win World War II and invented the modern computer. We developed and presented this workshop with the Experimental Wing of the National Theatre of Greece last summer. Thanks so much to all our AnEn donors who made this possible!
Anonymous Ensemble presented the first act of The Turing Opera at the Greek National Opera, in the 800 seat Olympic Theater in Athens. The Turing Opera was written and directed by Eamonn Farrell and composed by Will Antoniou. The core creative performance and design team included Liz Davito, Jessica Weinstein, and Josh Hoglund, along with a lovely ensemble of opera singers and a sixteen piece orchestra.