Saturday, January 18, 2014

Beverle Graves Myers's "Whispers of Vivaldi," the movie

Now showing at My Book, The Movie: Whispers of Vivaldi by Beverle Graves Myers.

The entry begins:
Tito Amato is a castrato soprano, a star of the 18th-century opera stage, who sings and sleuths in the last days of the Venetian Republic. The brutal surgery forced on him as a young boy could have easily made him a bitter man, but in Tito’s case, the physical violation led to empathy for anyone wronged by the decadent, repressive society around him. A carnival dwarf, the Jews of the Venetian ghetto, a wise woman of the Old Religion, a murdered servant whose master would like to simply to forget her—Tito seeks justice for all.

What actor would I cast as Tito? Who would be brave enough to accept the role?

There’s always been only one. Johnny...[read on]
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My Book, The Movie: Whispers of Vivaldi.

--Marshal Zeringue