Stoker—227–Sanguine is for More Than Gryphons


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4 Responses

  1. Misty says:

    In regards to the 4th Wall, I recently saw Lucia Di Lammermoor at The Dallas Opera. In this opera, not too surprisingly, the title character goes mad. During her “mad scene” Lucia became aware of the orchestra and started looking through the 4th Wall. She responded to the playing of the flute, and began singing along with it. There were points where I could not distinguish her voice from the music of the flute. It was an emotional and highly effective scene, as it placed the audience in the position of being part of Lucia’s madness. This breaking of the 4th Wall was both thrilling and disconcerting.

    • Heather says:

      That has to be one of the most compelling uses of the “break” that I’ve ever heard of! That had to be amazing. I’m jealous!

  2. Arielle says:

    Thanks for the shoutout, Heather!! 🙂

  3. Rachel H. says:

    Thank you for the friendly reminder to donate! Craftlit is my good dear friend, and I want to do what I can to keep it going.