Bach at Leipzig by Itamar Moses

 A semi-historical take on the rise of Bach's career, but without Bach present.  We only hear his music and see his contemporaries.  A farcical comedy about competitive music in the 18th century.


Scenic design by Christian Poquette

Lighting design by Catie Dreher

Costume design by Andrea Uitvligt

Individual stories
While the characters interact in this farce, we also hear their isolated tales of intrigue, trying to gain the part that Back would take.
Physical Farce
The body becomes an actualization of the situation.
Cross dressing and disguise
Always a treat in farce.
Cross dressing and sword fights
Even better. And musicians at that!
Action shots
The characters get out of control as the farce escalates.
The wigs
In this period, the costumes and wigs dominate the style
The musicians each arrive to announce their audition.
Everyone's happy
And they do a little dance
Yet another rival
Lands on the scene
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