OPERA IS NOT DEAD
Wednesday, November 9, 2011 | 7-9 pm
Featuring: The Steele Project Ensemble Singers & Cantor Giora Sharon
Aaron Ruben Nelson Mortuary
11411 N. Michigan Rd.
Join us as we present an evening of song and stories about the psychology of the things we’d be willing to die for. With famous operatic sections, this show is sometimes sentimental, sometimes funny, and full of beautiful music. Opera characters die in particularly creative ways. What would their psychological states be if they were real people? Linda K. Heiden LCSW, MSW from Southside Counseling will speak about the characters before each musical selection. Afterwards, a mortician from Aaron Ruben Nelson will discuss how the bodies of these gruesome and untimely deaths would be handled in the mortuary.
Free and open to the public. Co-Sponsored by The Steele Project Ensemble, Aaron Ruben Nelson Mortuary, and the Alan and Linda Cohen Center for Jewish Learning and Living at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck. This is a Spirit and Place event.