How many sopranos does it take to change a lightbulb? Two. One to screw it in and the other to say, “isn’t that a little high for you?”
A choir is a bit like a swan swimming: calm and beautiful on the surface but kicking like mad underneath.
Sopranos know they are the most important element in a choir, as they carry the melody. There are always lots of sopranos.
Altos despise sopranos because they know that their part is much more difficult.
Tenors are always the smallest group in a choir because few men can reach the high notes, so tenors believe they are the elite.
Basses despise tenors because it is much more macho to sing bass.
The maestro despises them all because he is in charge, but they never watch him.
It is almost surprising that in Aperitivo’s “Murder in the Choir” there is only one corpse.
In this latest, possibly the funniest presentation by Aperitivo, once again we are back in the library of the little village of Thraxton, with the polished Miss Prunes, aided (whether she wants it or not) by perky Miss Prodnose, helping Sergeant Singer and his new sidekick Constable Snuff to discover the murderer. Only this time, Miss Prunes herself is one of the suspects!
Performances take place on June 1 at the Casa do Povo, Moncarapacho, and on June 14 and 15 at the São Brás Museum.
Tickets cost €8 per person.
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