Honoria in Ciberspazio


March 13, 1999: Scene One at SXSW

Live Premiere of scene one of the original score by composer George Oldziey, at the SXSW Interactive Festival opening event. Starring: Claire Vangelisti as honoria Bruce Cain as Bookish Melinda Brou as Sandy Oliver Worthington as .rez Eric Peabody as the Oracle With Varushka, Rachael, Christine & Tom as human embodiments of servers. The press […]

March 21, 1998: Come to Me at The University of Texas

Live Performance of the aria, with multimedia performance elements and choreography by artistic director Bryan Green, as part of the Austin Dance Ensemble presentation of Dracula and Other Works at the McCullough Theatre at The University of Texas at Austin. $12 admission. The press release: High brow, high tech, high Texas CYBERSPACE and Austin, Texas […]

March 9, 1997: Come to Me at SXSW

Guerilla live performance & Webcast from the tradeshow of the 1997 South by Southwest Multimedia Conference. Janet Davidson as honoria Bryan Green as her digital clone Adrienne Meza singing the magical shift Ben Oehlschlager as Bookish Matt Groves as .rez Music composed by George Oldziey Lyrics by Scotto and by Judy Sponsored by Industrial Strength […]

October 23, 1996: Come to Me Webcast

Webcast of video introducing "Come to Me" score by George Oldziey starring dancer Elaine Dove with Bryan Green and Adrienne Longnecker.

June 28 & November 7, 1996: Presentations in Spain

The Opera was presented at 5cyberconf, the Fifth International Conference on Cyberspace in Madrid, June 28, 1996 and at the First International Conference on Virtual Reality in Valencia, November 7, 1996. Report of the presentation of honoria in ciberspazio at the First International Conference on Virtual Reality November 7, 1996 by Richard MacKinnon _honoria in […]

April 30, 1996: Excerpts Webcast

Excerpts were sung by Baritone Angelo Gomez and Soprano Martha McCarroll; narration by Kanchan Limaye; Italian Rant told by Mafalda Stasi; .rez dance Bryan Green; .rez voice Vicente Fores. Live webcast made possible by Apple Computer, Inc. and The University of Texas’ Computation Center. Performance design and costumes by Nigel Who?

December 9, 1995: Webcast

Starring: Sandy Stone as the Cyborg Linda Montano as Sandy Stone Scott Alton Dulaney as honoria Geoffry Thomas as Bookish Movement art by Bryan Green; injected into the Net from the home of Sandy Stone through CU-SeeMe magic.