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Season 1 Episode 6 - The Trial of Bastiano di Bologna - Book, Music, and Lyrics by Aaron Jensen
It's the 8th Century in the courts of the Vatican Judiciary. Faithful attendant to the Pope, Bastiano di Bologna, has been summoned to stand trial on several counts, including the attempted murder of His Holiness! Bastiano admits to having sneaked into the holy bed chambers, but insists that his objective was not to commit a crime! Bastiano woefully recounts how earlier that day, he witnessed something so shocking - so devastatingly unsettling - he had no choice but to verify his nightmarish vision, whatever the cost!
Starring: Max Crumm, Ryan Knowles, Jay Paranada, Kenney M. Green, Michael McAssey, Christopher Michaels, and Michael Perrie Jr.
with Direction by Christopher Michaels,
Music Direction by Jonathon Lynch,
Orchestrations and Sound Design by Andrew Fox,
and Mixing and Mastering by Jay Rosen.
Additional audio editing by Aaron Jensen and Evan Johnson.
Recorders by Rob Jacoby,
French Horn by Dakota Corbliss,
Sackbut by Paul Von Hoff,
Bass Viol by Anna Steinhoff,
and Organ and Percussion by Andrew Fox.
General Management: Jeremy Terry
Press Representative: Off Off PR
IndieWorks Social Media Manager: Emily Cottone
The Trial of Bastiano di Bologna was originally developed as part of The Musical Stage Company’s NoteWorthy program.
Bite-Sized Broadway is an IndieWorks Theatre and Judith Manocherian Production created by Jonathon Lynch. Executive Producers: Christopher Michaels and Jeremy Terry. Produced by Jonathon Lynch, Andrew Fox, and Judith Manocherian. Bite-Sized Broadway Theme Song written and performed by Michael Perrie, Jr.
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This episode is sponsored by Maria Wirries and Matt SanGiovanni - Check out Maria’s new album, “Just Keep Singing” streaming now. head to mariawirries.com
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For more information on Aaron, and his multitude of projects, visit his website at www.aaronjensen.ca.
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