1994 release. The fourth opera in Robert Ashley's Now Eleanor's Idea tetralogy: Junior, Jr.'s story. A group of scenes from the life of an agent. The scenes are a kind of debriefing to a jury of interrogators, in which the Interrogators challenge the agent in various forms of musical dialogue. The mood of the opera owes much to American society's ongoing fascination with espionage and with the character of those people who lead double lives. Featuring Thomas Buckner as the agent and Jacqueline Humbert, Sam Ashley, and Robert Ashley as his interrogators. Orchestration, music, and libretto by Robert Ashley; Engineering and mixing by Tom Hamilton. Comes with a booklet with the full libretto.