|PIRATES OF PENZANCE - March 2000
Frederick, son of a wealthy 19th century man was to be apprenticed to a ship's pilot, but due to a hard-of-hearing nurserymaid, was instead apprenticed to a pirate. Not just any pirate, but the Pirate King, leader of the not-so-fierce "Pirates of Penzance". But now his indentures are over, Frederick's sense of duty calls him to rid the seas of these rather simple ruffians. Despite their track record, the pirates believe that they have an ace up their collective sleeves...
The Pirates of Penzance is a Gilbert and Sullivan comic operetta in two acts. Music by Sir Arthur S. Sullivan, libretto by Sir William S. Gilbert. Its first full performance was in New York on December 31, 1879.
For a copy of the definitive libretto in Microsoft Word format click here.
|Sergeant of Police
|Sonia Atkinson, Tanya Bourner, Sakeeta George, Yvonne Jenkins, Lesley Hasker, Claire Jolliffe, Kate Langrish, Valerie Leopold, Maria Reeves, Emma Rogers, Linda Smither, Laura Underwood, Sandra Tucker, Sue Wright, Trish Pring, Claire Broadley, Margaret McIntyre, Tony Bryant, Tony Doye, Irvine Forbes, Ian Gardner, Steve Guermonprez, John Haig, Ian Hanney, John McLaughlin, Dave Moignard, Mike Naylor, Dennis Redding, Jonathan Shirlaw, Gerry Smith, Brian Sweatman, Barry Tester.
|Producer & Choreographer
|Colin D Justice
|Assistant Stage Manager
|Tom Potts, Steve Bundey, Steve Halfpenny, Peter Langrish, George Philpott, Simon Roe, Marc Scott, Roy Luke
|Norman Price, Tony Lee-Wright
|Mitchell Sound (Steve & Kathy Oldfield)
|Sheila Stoddart and Janice Gay
|Hair and Make-up
|Hair and Make-up Assistant
|Steve Guermonprez, Sarah Lockhart, Jane Pegler
|Front of House Photographs
|Programme Design & Production
|Nick Rose, Steve Guermonprez
|Pat Wallace and Linda Smither