Tooth and Claw

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DOI: 10.5040/9781580818971.01

Duration: 1:58:03

  • 001-Introduction.mp3 0:01:03
  • 002 Act I, Opening.mp3 0:00:49
  • 003- Act I, Arrived on a Tuesday.mp3 0:01:14
  • 004-Act I, The Enchanted Isles.mp3 0:01:05
  • 005-Act I, Charles Darwin Research Station.mp3 0:02:01
  • 006-Act I, Lonesome George’s Corral.mp3 0:03:10
  • 007-Act I, The Office.mp3 0:05:35
  • 008-Act I, Tortoise Mating.mp3 0:03:22
  • 009-Act I, The Office.mp3 0:03:07
  • 010-Act I, People in Galapagos.mp3 0:00:49
  • 011-Act I, Out on the Deck.mp3 0:05:03
  • 012-Act I, Island of Fernandina.mp3 0:03:26
  • 013-Act I, The Office.mp3 0:06:28
  • 014-Act I, Isabela Island.mp3 0:03:52
  • 015-Act II, Opening.mp3 0:01:08
  • 016-Act II, The Office.mp3 0:06:10
  • 017-Act II, El Nino.mp3 0:00:40
  • 018-Act II, Lonesome George’s Corral.mp3 0:04:06
  • 019-Act II, The Office.mp3 0:11:56
  • 020-Act II, Lonesome George’s Corral.mp3 0:05:44
  • 021-Act II, The Office.mp3 0:02:12
  • 022-Act II, Lonesome George’s Corral.mp3 0:03:20
  • 023-Act II, Take Down the Barricade.mp3 0:03:24
  • 024-Act II, Anna’s Home.mp3 0:02:16
  • 025-Credits.mp3 0:01:02
  • 026-Interview with Michael Hollinger.mp3 0:11:39
  • 027-Interview with Carol Ann Bassett.mp3 0:23:22

In an emotional ecosystem as complex as that of our planet, is life nothing more than survival of the fittest? Michael Hollinger based his probing work on the real-life giant tortoise named “Lonesome George”, and the efforts to preserve his species that threatened the livelihood of the native fishermen on the Galàpagos Islands.

This play is part of L.A. Theatre Works’ Relativity Series featuring science-themed plays. Major funding for the Relativity Series is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to enhance public understanding of science and technology in the modern world. This recording also includes an interview with playwright Michael Hollinger as well as an interview with Carol Ann Bassett, the author of “Galápagos at the Crossroads: Pirates, Biologists, Tourists, and Creationists Battle for Darwin’s Cradle of Evolution”. Jaime Alvarez as Pedro, Chico Stephanie Beatriz as Ana Ortega Daniel Chacon as Park Official, Tour Guide, Alberto Richard Gallegos as Tito, Bernardo Daniel Guzman as Gonzalo Reyes Justin Huen as Jorge, Manuel Jay Montalvo as Miguel Mendoza W. Morgan Sheppard as Malcolm Geary Jos Viramontes as Carlos Zavala Cynthia Watros as Schuyler Baines Directed by Jessica Kubzansky. Original Music by Mark Holden and Wes Dewberry. Recorded by L.A. Theatre Works before a live audience at the James Bridges Theater, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television in July 2012. Tooth and Claw is part of L.A. Theatre Works’ Relativity Series featuring science-themed plays. Major funding for the Relativity Series is provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to enhance public understanding of science and technology in the modern world.

Featuring: Jaime Alvarez, Stephanie Beatriz, Daniel Chacon, Richard Gallegos, Daniel Guzman, Justin Huen, Jay Montalvo, W. Morgan Sheppard, Jos Viramontes, Cynthia Watros

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LA Theatre Works

Michael Hollinger

ISBN: 9781580818971

Series: L.A. Theatre Works

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