SUNDAY ♦ DECEMBER 23, 2018 ♦ 2:30 PM
The Aesthetic Realism Theatre Company Proudly Presents—
Holiday Music Is about Justice
An Event of Song & Vivid Comment
With—Choruses from Handel’s Messiah & Judas Maccabaeus
And—Holiday Songs & Carols
Through song—we present what men and women most hope to know: the beauty, practicality, and true selfishness of ethics! Eli Siegel, founder of Aesthetic Realism, described ethics as “the art of enjoying justice.”
What is the ethics of the “Hallelujah Chorus”? What can America learn from such internationally loved songs as “The Little Drummer Boy,” “The Hanukah Song,” “Silent Night,” “Un Flambeau, Jeannette Isabelle!,” “Who Can Retell?,” and such popular songs as “Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails,” “Santa Baby,” “Let Yourself Go”?
You’ll learn about the fight in everyone, and in the US economy: between justice and selfishness. And you’ll see: ethics is the magnificent, needed oneness of care for self and justice to the outside world.
Lynette Abel ♦ Christopher Balchin ♦ Bennett Cooperman
Kevin Fennell ♦ Anne Fielding ♦ Derek Mali
Carol McCluer ♦ Barbara McClung ♦ Meryl Nietsch-Cooperman
Alessandra Romeo ♦ Ann Richards ♦ Sally Ross
Alan Shapiro ♦ Joseph Spetly ♦ Carrie Wilson
Barbara Allen, flute ♦ Edward Green, piano
A reception with light refreshments will follow.