A PERFORMANCE OF MUSIC, DANCE AND POETRY ON THE FALL EQUINOX
Friday, september 21, 2018 7:00pm st. matthew's episcopal church 5900 SEVENTH AVENUE DOWNTOWN KENOSHA, WI
The film, Nosferatu, and its source material, the novel, Dracula, are rife with themes of contrast-good versus evil, love and sacrifice, shadows and light-in which one can arguably not exist without the other. Additional themes include the passage of time in relation to human mortality; the suppression of superstition and religious belief in an age of science; and the fear of abandonment of traditional views of women and religion.
On Friday, September 21, 2018, musicians, dancers, and poets will come together to perform the Journey MIDI Cantata at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in downtown Kenosha, based on themes found in both film and book, This is a free event. It will feature the historic Skinner organ and other instruments, dance by the Studio of Classical Dance Arts, and poetry by Debra Hall, Anthony Ranieri, Stephen Kalmar II, Carol Lee Saffioti Hughes, Alexandra Ranieri, and Mary Ranieri.
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