Nashville Opera with AOP and American Modern Ensemble - Three Way (New York Premiere)

  • Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) 30 Lafayette Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217 United States
L-R: Wes Mason, Danielle Pastin, Eliza Bonet, Samuel Levine; Photo: Jason Lee Denton

L-R: Wes Mason, Danielle Pastin, Eliza Bonet, Samuel Levine; Photo: Jason Lee Denton

Three playful one-acts uncover some very private behavior with wit, poignance, and sparkling music! (Think Sex and the City meets The Twilight Zone.) THE COMPANION, SAFE WORD, and MASQUERADE explore the future of love, sex, and need with a clever balance of humor and drama. Their contemporary characters collide at the intersection of power and desire to reveal the true longings of the human heart, and the score is beguilingly melodic and every bit as complex as they are. Sexy, funny, and a little bit naughty, THREE WAY is a surprising theatrical experience you won’t want to miss!

Music by Robert Paterson • Libretto by David Cote
Sung in English with projected English titles
Three acts, two intermissions, 2 hours, 45 minutes total
Mature audiences. Contains adult language and situations.

Co-Production with American Opera Projects (AOP) and Nashville Opera
Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) | New York Premiere
Original Nashville Opera Production and Cast


American Modern Ensemble
John Hoomes, Stage Director, Nashville Opera Ceo & Artistic Director
Dean Williamson, Music Director and Conductor
Barry Steele, Lighting and Video Designer

CAST

THE COMPANION

Danielle Pastin, Soprano (Maya)
Wes Mason, Baritone (Dax)
Samuel Levine, Tenor (Joe)

SAFE WORD

Eliza Bonet, Mezzo-soprano (Domme)
Matthew Treviño, Bass (The Client)

MASQUERADE

Danielle Pastin, Soprano (Connie)
Samuel Levine, Tenor (Marcus)
Wes Mason, Baritone (Larry)
Eliza Bonet, Mezzo-soprano (Jillian Debridge)
Matthew Treviño, Bass (Bruce Debridge)
Courtney Ruckman, Soprano (Jessie)
Melisa Bonetti, Mezzo-soprano (Tyler)
Jordan Rutter, Countertenor (Kyle)

AOP and Nashville Opera’s premiere production is supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and OPERA America.