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Phoebe Gildea: Betwixt and Between
Thu, May 25, 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
Is The Phantom Of The Opera an opera or a musical? What about Gilbert & Sullivan’s classics like The Pirates Of Penzance? Both opera and musical theater companies have put on successful productions of Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd and Into The Woods. Last June, soprano Phoebe Gildea and pianist Nathalie Fortin took you on a journey through the similarities between operas and musicals by comparing the two directly. Now, they will continue the exploration, but this time by walking through the borderlands, down that blurry line that separates the two genres. The program will include music from West Side Story, Street Scene, The Phantom Of The Opera, Into The Woods, and more!
Event Personnel
Phoebe Gildea, artistic director, soprano
Nathalie Fortin, piano
Alyse Jamieson, mezzo-soprano
Matthew Leach, tenor
Noah Brenner, baritone
Spike Gildea, bass
PROGRAM
SET 1 - American Opera
 What A Movie! - Island Magic
(1952) Trouble In Tahiti
Words & music by Leonard Bernstein
 What Will It Be For Me?
(1948) Regina
Words & music by Marc Blitzstein
 But You Do Not Know This Man
(2002) A View From The Bridge
Words by Arthur Miller
Music by William Bolcom
 A Boy Like That
(1957) West Side Story
Words by Stephen Sondheim
Music by Leonard Bernstein
 The Trees On The Mountain
(1955) Susannah
Words & music by Carlisle Floyd
 What Good Would The Moon Be?
(1942) Street Scene
Words by Langston Hughes
Music by Kurt Weill
SET 2 - Rock Opera and Pop-era
 The Mirror (Angel Of Music)
(1986) The Phantom Of The Opera
Words by Charles Hart, Richard Stilgoe
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
 Every Day A Little Death
(1979) Sweeney Todd
Words & music by Stephen Sondheim
 His Work, And Nothing More
(1973) Jekyll & Hyde
Words by Leslie Bricusse
Music by Frank Wildhorn
 Getting Married Today
(1970) Company
Words & music by Stephen Sondheim
 On The Steps Of The Palace
(1988) Into The Woods
Words & music by Stephen Sondheim
 A Waltz For Eve And Ché
(1968) Evita
Words by Tim Rice
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
 The Light In The Piazza
(2003) The Light in the Piazza
Words & music by Adam Guttel
SET 3 - Operetta
 Italian Street Song
(1910) Naughty Marietta
Words by Rida Johnson Young
Music by Victor Herbert
 If Somebody Thee Chanced To Be
(1887) Ruddigore
Words by W. S. Gilbert
Music by Arthur Sullivan
 Chacun a son gout
(1851) Die Fledermaus
Words by Karl Haffner, Richard Genée
Music by Johann Strauss II
 All is prepared…Stay, Frederic, Stay!
(1879) The Pirates of Penzance
Words by W. S. Gilbert
Music by Arthur Sullivan
 I Cannot Tell What This Love May Be
(1881) Patience
Words by W. S. Gilbert
Music by Arthur Sullivan
 Champagne Finale
(1851) Die Fledermaus
Words by Karl Haffner, Richard Genée
Music by Johann Strauss II
Featured composers, lyricists, creators
Arthur Miller, -
William Bolcom, -
Langston Hughes, -
Carlisle Floyd, -
Richard Stilgoe, -
Adam Guttel, -
Karl Haffner, -
Richard Genée, -
Johann Strauss II, 1825-1899
Leonard Bernstein, 1918-1990
Marc Blitzstein, -
Leslie Bricusse, 1931-
W. S. Gilbert, 1836-1911
Charles Hart, -
Victor Herbert, -
Tim Rice, -
Stephen Sondheim, 1930-
Arthur Sullivan, 1842-1900
Andrew Lloyd Webber, -
Kurt Weill, 1900-1950
Frank Wildhorn, -
Rida Johnson Young, -
Ticket/Venue Info
Phoebe Gildea: Betwixt and Between Ticket Prices
Seat LvlFull PriceDiscount Prices
10%  15%  20%  Stud. 
A19.00  17.25  16.25  15.25  9.50 
B19.00  17.25  16.25  15.25  9.50 
C15.00  13.50  12.75  12.00  7.50 
O15.00  13.50  12.75  12.00  7.50 
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Eugene, Oregon
541-434-7000
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