Looking at You (2016)
LOOKING AT YOU is a techno-noir music theater work mixing electronic dance music, crime jazz, and lyric operatic arias. Equal parts Edward Snowden and Casablanca, LOOKING AT YOU explores the impact of modern technology on privacy. When genius coder Dorothy discovers that her former lover has become the world’s most famous whistleblower, will she turn him in to the authorities, or help him to escape?
Duration: 90 minutes
SCORING: mezzo, tenor, baritone, ensemble, piano, saxophone trio, electronics
These clips come from our music reading on June 19th, recorded live at the National Opera Center in NY.
Bike: While biking home from work, Dorothy receives a strange message on her FitBit.
Interrogation: The Agents question Dorothy about Ethan Snyder.
This is the complete live recording and score from our 6/19 workshop:
The full score for LOOKING AT YOU: