A young piano prodigy named Thea Kronberg finds herself creatively limited by family obligations in early 20th-century Colorado. When a good friend is suddenly killed in a train accident, Thea is imparted with enough money to pursue her piano studies in Chicago. With the unwavering support of her family doctor, and the guidance of eccentric teachers, Thea eventually discovers her true, hidden musical talent -- singing opera. In this beautiful adaptation of Willa Cather's beloved novel, Lark allows the audience to witness the life of a young talent -- from her childhood brush with death by pneumonia, all the way to becoming a celebrated opera star touring the country.
- 60 - 80 minutes
- 3 W, 4 M,
- Set: Simple is best: a few small set pieces and a cyclorama sky; perhaps projections.