Fresh Voices X
Festival of New Works

Presented by
Goat Hall Productions
and San Francisco Cabaret Opera

Live Oak Theatre
1301 Shattuck Avenue
Berkeley, California

Harriet March Page
Artistic Director


June 17, 2010 8:00pm

June 19, 2010 8:00pm


June 18, 2010 8:00pm

June 20, 2010 7:00pm

HARRIET MARCH PAGE, Artistic Director for Goat Hall Productions and San Francisco Cabaret Opera, has pursued a life-long obsession with the performing arts as actor, singer, writer, director, and producer. A passion for singing first propelled Page to the Music & Arts Institute in San Francisco 1970-1975, and then a variety of unexpected circumstances to the theater program at Foothill College in Los Altos 1980-1985, studying under Doyne Mraz, from whom she learned all she knows about producing and directing.

The Bloody Chamber - Felsenfeld
Life is Fine - Knight
George Bush - Whittaker
Job: A Masque - Alburger
Trifles - Bilotta

The Hunger Art - Myers
Medea Alone - Garner
Letter from Linda - Jenks
Theresa Kren - Narins
Sutter Creek - Denham

Advance Ticket Sales:
$20 general admission
$15 seniors/students

Tickets at the Door:
$25 general admission
$20 seniors/students

Reeling off the decades, the 1970s was grand opera in and about the San Francisco Bay Area; 1980s, acting in plays and musicals with Doyne Mraz's Los Altos Conservatory Theatre; 1990s, writing and performing autobiographical monologues in San Francisco and producing monthly Sunday Salons; and the 2000s directing and producing as Artistic Director of San Francisco Cabaret Opera/Goat Hall Productions, whose mission is presenting contemporary opera in English (from Bernstein to Menotti to Weill, and a little Mozart) and premiering new opera theater and song by Bay Area composers.

To date, Page has produced annual festivals showcasing more than 40 composers and over 100 singers. Fresh Voices X Festival of New Works marks the tenth anniversary of this Xciting Festival in 2010.