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An opera for young people. There's a new girl in town. She's something else. ZoÃ« is a new girl at Adambridge College. She joins a band with her classmates Felix and Luke called "The Mains", and a relationship begins to develop between Luke and ZoÃ«, much to the annoyance of Gemma, who is in love with Luke.Sophie Lavalle, a Hollywood actress, arrives in the seedy offices of private investigator, Casey Flood. She wants him to find her daughter whom she abandoned years ago and shows him a picture of her, aged 16. There is an uncannily close resemblance between the photo of Sophie aged 16 and ZoÃ«. Could this somehow be connected with the strange goings on at ZoÃ«'s home? What exactly is her Dad up to with those strange plants, and why is he so protective of her. Casey Flood realises the case he has taken on is anything but ordinary when he finds his way to Adambridge College and recognises ZoÃ« from the photograph. As Luke walks ZoÃ« home, Casey follows them to discover where she lives, but is lead instead into an extraordinary tale of mystery, conflict and romance. Five young people, in an ordinary town about to be confronted with a truth anything but ordinary, none of them could of imagined........ The atmosphere of a film noir. The pace of MTV. An opera that goes right to the heart of the teenage experience.Lyrics Stephen Plaice. Music John Lunn. Conductor James Morgan. Director Stephen Langridge. Design Conor Murphy. Lighting Keith Benson. Choreographer Vanessa Gray.
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