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New York City Center
131 West 55th Street New York City, NY 10019
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Great resturants in the area !
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25 events
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The weather was Cold enough to "freeze a brass monkey". I wore Layers and more layers!.
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New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players
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4.5 average rating
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attended Jan 19 2013

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

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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?

About the Ticket Supplier: New York City Center

New York City Center’s mission is to make the finest in the performing arts accessible to the broadest possible audience, while insuring that its landmark facility remains an active and welcoming venue to both audiences and artists throughout the year.

City Center accomplishes this mission by celebrating and preserving the American musical theater heritage through performances, score restorations and other archival activities; presenting and producing new and innovative programming resonant of City Center’s artistic history, with a specific emphasis on dance; supporting resident and visiting companies and artists; providing educational opportunities to New York City students and their teachers; and maintaining and enhancing the physical facilities that comprise the performing arts center.