Mrs. President

An Opera

Victoria Bond

Libretto by Hilary Bell
Piano Reduction/Vocal Score
Performing Ensemble: SATB
Item Number: 411-41127
Number of Pages: 247
Text: Libretto by Hilary Bell
Publisher: Theodore Presser Company
Print Status: Custom Print, 4-5 days

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Quick Overview

In 1872, Victoria Woodhull ran for President against Ulysses S. Grant on the Equal Rights Party ticket. Her platform included women’s suffrage and many other much-needed social reforms, but also included the inflammatory issue of free love and equality between the sexes, which caused her to be branded “Mrs. Satan.” Today, more than 130 years later, most of the issues considered controversial then are still hot topics.

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Additional Information

Librettist Bell, Hilary
Orchestration 2, 2(E.H.), 2(B.Cl.), 2; 2, 1, 0, 0; Timp., Perc., Cel., Hp., Str.

Details

Act I, Scene 1
Over Here! (Chorus)
Wise as Solomon (Roxie, Chorus)
I was Eight and Hated the World (Victoria, Chorus)
I Destroyed You (Henry, Treat, Blood)
Scene 2
Plymouth Church Hymn (Chorus, Lib)
Dewdrop (Henry, Chorus)
Auction (Henry, Chorus)
I have a New Friend (Isabella, Henry)
Scene 3
Speak to Me (Chorus, Treat, Roxie, Lib, Isabella)
Hot Off the Press! (Victoria, Chorus)
Trance (Victoria, Isabella, Lib, Chorus)
Scene 4
Predators part 1 (Henry, Isabella)
Predators part 2 (Henry, Victoria)
Act II, Scene 1
To the Editor (Treat)
Where's Henry? (Victoria, Isabella, Roxie)
How Can I Call Myself a Man of God? (Henry, Blood)
Scene 2
Steinway Hall (Chorus, Treat, Victoria, Isabella, Henry)
I'm told I'm a Citizen (Victoria, Treat, Chorus)
Steinway Hall Coda
Scene 3
Quartet (Blood, Victoria, Henry, Isabella)
Transition to Sc 4 (Henry, Isabella, Officer, Victoria, Treat, Blood, Zulu Maud)
Scene 4
Inauguration Polka
Scene 5
Jail (Victoria, Chorus)