Kathleen and Paul have retired from the supertitle business and will no longer be renting titles or projectors.

Thank you for your past patronage.

Kathy Zweifel entertaining the Rigoletto quartet in our home:


Left to right: Robert Garner, Rigoletto; Kathy, supertitlist;  Perri Montane', Maddalena; Andrea Bargabos, Gilda; and Duke Scott Wyatt.

   

Kathy and Paul hard at work at the Gretna Music Festival in Pennsylvania:


Projecting [bilingual] titles for Chinese National Opera in Constition
Hall, Washington D.C. (Two  nights later we repeated the
program in Avery Fisher Hall, New York City.)

La Boheme at Opera on the James:

Magic Flute at Cleveland Inst. of Music:



Lucia, with Salt Marsh Opera in Ivoryton, CT



Cavalleria Rusticana (concert version) with San Antonio Opera:



Turiddu was sung by Andrea Bocelli seen below with Kathy and Paul:

   
Kathy schmoozing with heldentenor Robert Chafin
in our living room:





Below, three-projector supertitle installation for Salt Marsh Opera
thrust stage Westerly, RI. The three projectors are operated
by a single lap-top computer, and are connected by
Cat 5 cables. (One of the cables can be seen on the right side
of the picture, just below the lamps.)

We installed a similar system, but with only two
projectors (to facilitate below-balcony viewing) for
Opera Roanoke (Roanoke, VA).




REFERENCES:         

Craig Fields Artistic director, Duluth Festival Opera [MN] and
Opera on the James [VA];
past artistic director Opera
Roanoke [VA].

cfields49@comcast.net
Carl Topilow Professor of Conducting, Cleveland Institute of Music
carl@topilow.com
David
Bamberger
Artistic director of Opera Program, Cleveland Inst. of
Music  and past
director, Cleveland Opera.
david@bambergeronline.com
Dr. Jay Crone Head, Dept. of Music, Virginia Tech
jaycrone@vt.edu