These four women (Megan O’Leary, Shelley Mihm, Victoria Erickson, Victoria Seiffert Temiz) sound gorgeous singing these modern operatic songs, their unamplified voices filling the New Century Theatre as collaborative pianist Banchinda Laothai somehow makes a keyboard sounds like a grand piano. It’s a beautifully sung clever conversation between the four voices of two people. And it makes me wonder, what should I call my inner voice, and why can’t she sing like these four women?
A longstanding Minnesota Fringe tradition is to parody earlier and current shows, hitting source material ranging from literary, theatrical, and film classics to other shows playing in the same festival. Last night, Four Humors selected Really Spicy Opera’s The Clever Artifice of Harriet and Margaret for its nightly show to parody. Read Cherry and Spoon’s review here:
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