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Name required. July Disc 1: Disc 1. Scene 1: A Sneeze. Scene 1: Arts of Theater.

Our American Cousin Act III

Scene 2: Harry Hawk's Substitute. Scene 2: Walking a Corduroy Road. Scene 3: Mathews and Booth. Scene 3: What Happens Here?

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Scene 4: Chorus of Women. Scene 4: Chorus of Amputees. Scene 4: Chorus of Freedmen.

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Scene 4: Chorus of Nurses. Scene 4: Chorus of Businessmen.

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One actor learns that the young man he hired to take his place as a soldier has been killed in the war. Audience members unfamiliar with opera will benefit from preperformance panel discussions with musicians and performers.

Anniversary of Lincoln's death affords new looks at long-neglected play

Supertitles and programs containing the libretto will help audience members follow the action, keep up with the play within the play, and catch the subtleties of the poetry being sung. Both the writing and the music are accessible and absorbing.