Tokyoland by Don Druick


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A quiet whirlwind of interior voice, singing softly of dangers and memories. In the libretto, sleep and night become the bridges, various and passionate, between the days of the week, who, in their turn become the play's characters. Sunday asks: "Who am I, if I cannot talk with you, if I cannot now even remember the last time we met?" Dedicated to the memory of Eric Steiner.

First produced York University, 1994

Running Time: 30 minutes

Acts: 1

Male Cast: 3
Female Cast: 4

Music by Phyllis Cohen