Canadian Stories told through Opera
Inertia by Ashley Au and Christene Browne is a story about elderly isolation, perceptions of death, and a meditation on stagnation, dying, love, and friendship. It tells the story of two elderly neighbours, Evelyn and Addison, who live next door to each other for decades but have little interaction with each other or anyone. When Death comes to collect the two, he instead decides to allow them to live, if they can get past their entrenched ways to become friends.
The Museum of the Lost and Found by Olivia Shortt focuses on a fictional museum in the woods that exhibits items from various Lost and Found boxes. It is an allegory about how Western society treats missing person cases. Specifically MMIWG2S: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People. The work asks, What happens to people and items when they are no longer being looked for?
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