Gilbert and Sullivan's Comic Opera The Mikado
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The last date listed for The Mikado was Saturday August 11, 2012 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts - Main Stage
- Full Price:
- $54.00 - $71.00
- Our Price:
- $27.50 - $37.00
The nontraditional holiday tradition from the acclaimed Smuin Ballet is back and better than ever at… More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Mel Zucker
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This light opera has : a simple but very clever script, marvelous music that has lived on in popularity for more than a century, an excellent live orchestra, brilliant and vibrant costumes , an enormous well-rehearsed ensemble, lead vocals that fill the room and stir an audience of mixed ages and tops it off with well-rehearsed comedic timing and body-acting . A remarkable entertainment experience. Lighting is perfect for a traveling show in different locations. After a performance, they rush out to the lobby to greet , thank and pose for photos ... with only 3 hours between shows ! Super - titles above stage for those less familiar with lyrics. Lamplighters continue to glow with passion, power and personality.
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“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
**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 Music Theatre
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.