Episode 12: My Name is Vireo (Libretto) | KCET
Episode 12: My Name is Vireo (Libretto)
Vireo leaves the circus and returns to the natural world where she finds peace.
Featuring: Kronos Quartet
(Deep in a forest. Vireo hunts her Voice.)
You’ve gone then? Answer me.
(The rattle of wind.)
all disappear in fog and smoke
(The wind obeys her. Vireo covers her mouth, surprised.)
Who said that?
My name is Vireo
I have a beetle in my chest
It moves across the dried leaves inside
How will I get my rest?
My name is Vireo
My breath moves across teeth not my own
My breath moves across dry leaves
how will I get my rest?
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