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Anna Schubert Discusses “p r i s m” and the Importance of Female-Driven Projects

Ellen Reid’s latest opera “p r i s m” tackles a very serious and significant subject that is especially relevant today. It tells the story of an ill girl, Bibi, and her doting mother, Lumee, who live locked away from the world. The libretto, written by Roxie Perkins, also explores the elasticity of memory after trauma, and the lengths one will go to to “feel better.”

Anna Schubert as Bibi in the world premiere of Ellen Reid's "p r i s m" (Photo: Larry Ho/LA Opera)

Anna Schubert as Bibi in the world premiere of Ellen Reid’s “p r i s m” (Photo: Larry Ho/LA Opera)

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