Heart of a Dog
Guerilla Opera, Boston
by Rudolf Rojahn
directed by Copeland Woodruff
lights Tlaloc Lopez-Watermann, clothes Adrienne Carlile, Puppets Sean Cote
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It’s a prime and rare example of 
opera properly compounded with theater. The audience is guided through shifting curtained-off rooms around the stage space by a sort of sideshow barker, who delivers hilarious emitological pre-
show banter.
by Bryce Lambert
Operatic Beastiality: Guerilla Opera’s 
“Heart of a Dog”
September, 2010
The Boston lowbrow

The viewers walked around with the cast under the guidance of Carnival Barker (Sean George), creating shifting perspectives for all involved and a greater intimacy for the viewers...
by Larry Phillips
Heart of a Dog (in Human Form) gets 
provocative staging
September 20, 2010
The Boston Musical Intelligencer
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