Many Moons by Celius Dougherty : a Production Directed by William Johnston
Johnston, William James
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'Many Moons,' a one act opera by Celius Dougherty, is remarkable in that it combines musical and theatrical elements with a finesse which is often lacking in many major operatic works. This thesis describes a production of 'Many Moons' directed by William Johnston and documents the musical and theatrical elements of the production of a one act opera.Item open to the public per permission of the author.A copy of this thesis is also housed in the Kalamazoo College Archives.
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