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NOTE: The following is a mini-essay around the idea of “The Enchanted Organ,” the opera burlesque by Gordon Beeferman for which I wrote the libretto. It adresses the, ahem, mating of porn and opera and originally appeared in abridged form … Continue reading
It’s official– “The Rat Land” will at long last be staged in its entirety! The Industry, a new opera center in Los Angeles headed by Yuval Sharon, has selected it for their Fall 2012 season. Continue reading
Re: Hello, Mr. Smallest Weenie in the World!
Your instrument should be thicker…
Ladies will know what means long item.
Re: Damn! You ejaculatte in five minutes.
No wonder she is so angry…
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RE: SPAM FOR CHICKS!
FROM: Charlotte T. Jackson
Subject: “Silk springs eternal whether lion or lamb!” Continue reading
Composer Gordon Beeferman has created this web page for our contemporary chamber opera, “The Rat Land,” for which I am the librettist (and sometime costume and props mistress.) Set in the fin-de-Cold War American Midwest, “The Rat Land” chronicles the disintegration of a troubled and eccentric family through the eyes of their adolescent daughter. Continue reading
O, unknown lovely’s weave!
Lying in the gutter, snarled
With a Christmas wreath… Continue reading
Whale-song of lone truck,
Braking at a distant curb
In the gloaming dawn… Continue reading
Photo: Azmil Photography
“For one month of the year, it seems that every drugstore, supermarket or gas station on earth conspires to taunt the single girl or boy with an immense plush and satin bestiary, with a cornucopia of chocolate and corn syrup and sad-looking rosebuds imprisoned in plastic tubes, none of which will ever, ever, be presented to you… But maybe this is the year I’ll finally shake off that old, familiar adolescent pain that has haunted my adult life as if it were inflicted yesterday…” Continue reading