Charles Barber puts the "Marines" through their musical paces.
John Wright works with the Marines, played by Ken Levine, Willy Miles-Grenzberg, Nickolas Meyer, Christopher Mayell and Kwangmin Brian Lee.
Camera assistant Nick Malcolm watches the focus.
The Marines demonstrate their salute.
Lighting designer John Webber, stage manager Pamela Jakobs and composer Tobin Stokes observe the blocking.
Watching the Carnegie Center blocking on the monitor.
Naim Sutherland and Murray Forward record the action at the Carnegie Center.
Workshop Director John Wright shares a laugh with Christopher Mayell ("Taylor"), Arianna Sovernigo ("Shatha") and Nicholas Meyer ("Rocks") before the Carnegie Center Workshop.
John Wright listens as Charles Barber conducts a musical number.
Arianna Sovernigo ("Shatha") compares notes with Marc St. Pierre who plays her son "Wissam".
Director of Photography Vince Arvidson operates the F3 with help from 1st AC Nick Malcolm.
The Marine practice their "Ooh-rah!"
John Wright and Ken Levine rehearse a violent confrontation.
Artistic Director/Conductor Charles Barber prepares the cast for what they are about to sing.
The cast and crew welcome USMC Sgt (Ret) Christian Ellis as he arrives for the Carnegie Center blocking.
John Wright blocks the knife attack scene with "Philip" and "Wissam".
Pianist David Boothroyd accompanies the singers.
Ken Levine and Marc St. Pierre rehearse the knife attack.
Workshop Director John Wright checks his notes.
"Shatha" mourns for her murdered son.
The cast and crew of FALLUJAH rehearse before the public blocking at the Carnegie Community Center in Vancouver B.C.
Christopher Mayell ("Taylor") and Ken Levine "(Philip)" practice their wrestling scene.
Janet Lea, Director and Artistic Administrator for City Opera Vancouver, prepares for the workshop with Dr. Nora Kelly, President of the Board.
Ken Levine as "Philip", the central character in FALLUJAH.
Charles Barber introduces the opera to the Carnegie Center audience.
Film director John Bolton likes what he sees.