New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players Perform Iconic Works
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The last date listed for New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players was Sunday January 20, 2013 / 3:00pm (The Yeomen of the Guard).
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I enjoyed the production, however It was difficult to hear. At the beginning I could not hear Phoebe at all and when I could hear the words they were not clear enough to understand. I was happy there was a synopsis in the program. Elsie was...continued
The seaworthy satire H.M.S. Pinafore put the wind in Gilbert & Sullivan’s sails. The captain’s daughter has caught the eye – and the heart – of two men at once: a lowly sailor and the pompous Sir Joseph Porter. Only bumbling baby farmer Little Buttercup can resolve the mismatched mess.
The Yeomen of the Guard__ tells the story of a falsely accused prisoner in the Tower of London, the two girls who loved him, and an out of work itinerant jester in grand and colorful fashion – with humor and a touch of pathos. Because not everything in the world of New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players is a laughing matter…or is it?
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