What she learned from plants at Gloucester Writers Center
By Peter Littlefield Directed by Roy Rallo
By: Peter Littlefield - May 31, 2023
Lately I've been writing little metaphysical screenplays for dolls, dogs and humans. My friend Roy Rallo - with whom I work in opera - has been shooting them with my help. (I supply the dolls.) And now Henry Ferrini has been kind enough to screen them at the Gloucester Writers Center, Friday, June 16 at 7:30.
They're short. I like to think they're entertaining and enlightening (if a little befuddling...) So I hope you'll come.
What she learned from plants, a trilogy of short films.
Written by Peter Littlefield
Directed by Roy Rallo
Gloucester Writers Center
Friday, June 16 at 7:30
126 East Main St
Gloucester, Ma 01930
The story of Olive, a girl who meets the Plant People. As a young woman, she follows her dog through a pandemic. and then, old and homeless, she stumbles into the fairy world.
Peter Littlefield and Roy Rallo became friends making opera, out of a shared inclination to do things other than opera. Peter ‘dramaturged’ Roy's productions of Don Pasquale, Ariadne auf Naxos, Cosi fan Tutte and others. Original work together includes, Methusalem Projekt, Salome and This is the Day of the Dead, Sit or Lie Down. Their restaging of Strauss' Die Frau Ohne Schatten - designed by David Hockney - is currently running at the San Francisco Opera.