Meet, mingle, and enjoy free food and drinks with fellow Columbians at this special, students-only reception in the Miller Theatre lobby.
Join us at 8 pm for Kate Soper’s chamber music masterpiece Ipsa Dixit (“She, herself, said it”), which kicks off Miller’s flagship series Composer Portraits. The composer, herself, performs the virtuosic score alongside members of the ensemble Wet Ink in this evening-length tour de force.
CU student tickets for the performance are just $7. There’s no need to RSVP for the reception – just show your CUID.
Music by Kate Soper
Text by Aristotle, Guido d'Arrezo, Lydia Davis, Michael Drayton, Robert Duncan, Plato, Sigmund Freud, Jenny Holzer, Sophocles, Sarah Teasdale, and Ludwig Wittgenstein.
Directed by Ashley Tata
Lighting Design by Anshuman Bhatia
Costume Design by Nina Vartanian
Projection Design by Bradley Peterson
Kate Soper is a multi-talented composer, singer, and writer whose theatrical chamber music masterpiece Ipsa Dixit (“She, herself, said it”) explores the integration of music, drama, and rhetoric. Called a “philosophy-opera” by The New Yorker, the work blends aspects of monodrama, Greek theater, and screwball comedy in a musical journey that examines the treachery of language and the questionable authenticity of artistic expression. The composer, herself, performs the virtuosic score alongside members of the ensemble Wet Ink in this evening-length tour de force.
Major support for Composer Portraits is provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Photo by Matt Zugale for Miller Theatre.