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Sean
Thirsty Bear is one block from the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts & worked well for a pre-show dinner.
Smuin Ballet: XXcentric dining May 16 2014 star this tip starred
Andrea Laudate
The weather was casual. I wore dress pants and top--leather shoes, jewelry and a cute little purse.
Smuin Ballet: XXcentric dress May 12 2014 star this tip starred
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4.9 average rating
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10 reviews
19 stars
attended Aug 18 2012

Wonderful production of a classical favorite.
The overall show was colorful and well performed,
the actors exciting, and the vocals and the
orchestrations flawless. Couldn't had had a better
time.Wonderful introduction to the...continued

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5 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 16 2012

A fun and delightfully still relevant commentary on society (as many G&S shows are), Lamplighters does an excellent job of bringing the show to life!

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3 reviews
5 stars
attended Aug 18 2012

This is the third show I have seen of Lamplighters.....
And the best.....Thanks....Dan

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Website

http://www.lamplighters.org

Quotes & Highlights

See reviews of this performance of _The Mikado _by The Lamplighters
“The Lamplighters is a San Francisco tradition ranking somewhere between sourdough bread and cable cars.” —Robert Commanday, San Francisco Classical Voice
“The best Gilbert & Sullivan available in this country.” —Alan Rich, LA Weekly

Description

**CAST

**Ko-Ko: F. Lawrence Ewing

Pooh-Bah: Robby Stafford

Pish-Tush: John Melis

Mikado: Wm. H. Neil

Nanki-Poo: Robert Vann / Michael Desnoyers (double cast)

Yum-Yum: Moira McManus / Lindsay Thompson Roush (double cast)

Katisha: Sonia Gariaeff

Pitti-Sing: Molly Mahoney

Peep-Bo: Talia Levitan

About the Ticket Supplier: Lamplighters

Lamplighters Music Theatre is one of the oldest continuously performing theatres in the Bay Area, and the only year-round musical theatre company in San Francisco. Since the company's founding in 1952, they have produced the entire Gilbert and Sullivan canon as well as other light opera and musical theatre classics.