The Sound of a Voice (opera)

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This article is about the Philip Glass and David Henry Hwang opera. For other uses, see The Sound of a Voice.

The Sound of a Voice is a 2003 operatic adaptation of the play The Sound of a Voice by American playwright David Henry Hwang. The music is written by composer Philip Glass and the libretto is written by Hwang.[1] The opera is actually made up of two short operas-- The Sound of a Voice and Hotel of Dreams. The opera is notable for being specifically written for the theatre and not an opera house. It had its premiere on May 24, 2003 at the American Repertory Theatre. It was directed by Robert Woodruff and featured Eugene Perry.[2]

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