Adam's Run

Music by Ruby Fulton
Libretto by Baynard Woods
Film by Rachel Dwiggins

 

 

Overview

Adam's Run, a new video opera by Ruby Fulton and Baynard Woods, is a dark comedy which takes place in a dystopic future world, amidst chaotic and extreme weather, where two television show hosts vie for the most viewed program in America. Despite their ideological differences, existentialist weather woman Julie Shore (Elisabeth Halliday) and environmentalist evangelist the Reverend Billy Noble (Robert Maril) fall in love. Television producer Dana Daring (Bonnie Lander) tells their story from a news perspective as a series of flashbacks.

Rhymes With Opera will be presenting screenings of the film throughout the United States in 2016-17.  See below for a list of confirmed screenings.  More screenings will be added to this list as they become available.

2016-17 Screenings

Stay Tuned for upcoming screening dates!
 

Baltimore, Maryland
Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 7pm (Eastern Time)
Charles Theater, 1711 N. Charles St, Baltimore, Maryland

Cherokee, Iowa
Friday, January 20, 2017 at 5pm (Central Time)
The American Theater, 108 E Main St, Cherokee, Iowa

Durham, North Carolina
Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 8pm (Eastern Time)
Arcana, 331 West Main St, Durham, North Carolina

Tickets: FREE

Cast

Production

George Lam, music director

Rachen Dwiggins, videographer, co-director

Connor Kizer, co-director

Ruby Fulton, composer, assistant director

Baynard Woods, screenwriter, consultant

David Gedney, director of photography

Adam Endres, producer, gaffer

Maura Dwyer, costumes and props designer

Kevin Blackistone, post-production designer

Ali Walton, crew, post-production designer

Quin Paek, crew

Gagik Gazán, crew

Lorenzo Baeza, crew

Jenny Ainsworth, stage manager

Mat Leffler-Schulman, audio engineer

Kevin Gift, mastering

RWO Orchestra

Elise Blake, violin

Gregory Williams, viola

Jillian Bloom, cello

Zach Herchen, saxophone

Maiko Hosoda, percussion

Julia Sheriff, piano

 

Special Guests

Michael Shank, electric guitar

Dan Pavlik, electric bass

Andrea Seabrook, commercial voice-overs

World Premiere

May 20 - 21, 2016
Actors Fund Arts Center
160 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, New York