by W. S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan

Opens May 2018

Buy tickets online in April 2018

Synopsis

Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular show, The Pirates of Penzance, is a rollicking, delightfully funny tale of a band of soft-tempered pirates. Mistakenly apprenticed to a pirate at the age of eight, the handsome Frederic is now 21 and, though quite fond of the pirates, chooses to abandon his profession and “lead a blameless life henceforth,” dedicating himself instead to their eradication.His “blameless life” collides with of a gaggle of beautiful maidens (one of whom steals his heart) and their father, the eccentric Major General. Just as Frederic is ready to lead a band of lily-livered policemen to take out the Pirate King and his men, a secret is uncovered that will change his fate forever.

Directed by Jane Pierrepont

Cast

Richard, The Pirate King                           Kenneth Easton*

Sam (his Lieutenant)                                  Lee Congour

Frederic (Pirate Apprentice)                   Jordan Rediger

Mabel (a daughter)                                      Bethany Ward

Ruth (A Piratical maid)                              Patti Scriffiry

Major-General Stanley                                Steve Warner

Edward, Sergeant of Police                       Peter Ambrose

Edith (a daughter)                                        Julie Laube*

Kate (a daughter)                                          April Martinez

Isabel (a daughter)                                      Elizabeth Mueller

 

Chorus of daughters – Rose Eichhorn, Michelle Taylor*, Cynthia Hight

Chorus of Pirates/Policemen – Keith Laube*, Jim Frank, Johan Campbell, Luke Hutten, Iliana Grennen

Cabin Boy – Keele Carier