The play is inspired by real-life story of Alessandro Moreschi, the last of the castrati -- who, in the early years of the 20th Century, becomes the only one of his line to make phonograph records.
The company will feature Frank Anderson (Mustafa), Bethe B. Austin (Mrs. Bristed), Abe Goldfarb (Swiss Guard/Fred), Doug Kreeger (Cesari), Melissa Miller (Lillie), Jacob Pinion (Moreschi), Jonathan Tindle (Perosi), and Liam Torres (Sarto), as well as featured singer Joseph Hill.
The creative team will include scenic designer Andreea Mincic, costume designer Brenda Abbandandolo, and lighting designer Mark T. Simpson.
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