Trial by Jury and a New Revue by Georgetown Gilbert & Sullivan Society
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The last date listed for Trial by Jury was Saturday April 13, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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From the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning creators of Next to Normal and starring Tony Award winner Idina Menzel (Wicked) in her much-anticipated return to the stage, If/Then is now in its final performances in DC before heading to Broadway. This engaging musical tells the story of Elizabeth, who moves back to New York in search of a fresh start. Elizabeth attempts to plan out every detail so her new life can be perfect, but unexpected choices and random events impact her world in ways she never thought possible. Menzel will be joined in the show's cast by her original Rent co-star Anthony Rapp and fellow Tony Award winner LaChanze. Learn More
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This was a very delightful evening. I have been to the GL G&S society performances before, and sometimes they are uneven, but thisTrial by Jury was excellent, and the followup review was truly a romp. Alumni from past shows had flown in to perform, and the repertoire included some a good variety of G& S songs, some performed faithfully to the original version, some a vehicle for parody. There was even an audience participation game! There were truly excellent voices performing in the review, consistently. and the audience demand several encores, which the group responded to. I loved it!
Quotes & Highlights
- The April 10th show includes beer for those audience members age 21 or older.
- The April 13th show will be a special 40th anniversary performance, and hundreds of alumni from across the country will attend. Expect a very interactive crowd!
The show runs two hours, including an intermission.
About the Ticket Supplier: Georgetown Gilbert & Sullivan Society
The Georgetown Gilbert and Sullivan Society is a student organization of the Georgetown Law Center that has been active for more than 35 years.