A chamber operetta inspired by the ending of the Mayan Long Count Calendar

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Friday, December 21, 8:30 - 10:30pm

The Edge of Forever is a new chamber operetta by writer/director Elizabeth Cline and musician Lewis Pesacov of Fool's Gold. The show will be all in one act and is inspired by the ending of the ancient Mayan Long Count Calendar on December 21, 2012.

The operetta posits that the end of the world is an occasion for epic poetry, a time to ponder the nature of cosmic magic, ritual devotion, and transcendent love. And there's maybe nothing better than opera to express such intense and lofty themes in drama, music, and costume. The story centers on a philosopher awaiting a mystical reunion with his true love.

You can now purchase tickets for The Edge of Forever at theedgeofforever2012.com. Tickets are $12.

For questions please email, theedgeofforever2012@gmail.com

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