Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Sorcerer
El Teatro of El Museo del Barrio
El Teatro of El Museo del Barrio 1230 Fifth Avenue (Between 104th and 105th Street) New York, NY 10029
For the benefit of LSA Family Health Service, Blue Hill Troupe, Ltd. presents
GIlbert & Sullivan’s The Sorcerer
Music by Sir Arthur S. Sullivan – Lyrics by William S. Gilbert
Directed & choreographed by Gary Slavin
Music Direction by David Schmidt
Six performances only at El Teatro of El Museo del Barrio, 1230 Fifth Avenue at 104th Street, New York City.
Magical mix-ups and mayhem ensue in Gilbert & Sullivan’s first full-length operetta, which features Sullivan’s most buoyant and festive score and giddy Upstairs/ Downstairs complications from Gilbert. Wishing his wedding guests to discover true love as he has, young Alexis Pointdextre hires a sorcerer to spike the tea at his engagement party with a powerful love potion. Alack! Every possible mishap occurs, and Alexis and the sorcerer must race against the clock to reverse the magic before wedding bells ring for the wrong lovers – including Alexis’ own betrothed! Will they succeed? Come find out!
|Character Name:||OPENING CAST 4/27, 4/29, 4/30 mat.||CLOSING CAST 4/28, 4/30 eve, 5/1 mat|
|Sir Marmaduke Pointdextre||Alan Abrams*||Tom Staggs*|
|Alexis, his son||Chazmond Peacock*||Michael Macaione*|
|Dr. Daly||Win Rutherfurd||Erik Hanson|
|John Wellington Wells||Martin Everall||Ken Harmon*|
|Lady Sangazure||Alexis Olinyk||Lesley Berry*|
|Aline, her daughter||Lauren Cupples*||Amy Hughlett|
|Mrs. Partlet||Dena Cubbin||Shannon Barr|
|Constance, her daughter||Maggie Langhorne||Laura Kroh|
|Notary||Sigourney B. Romaine, Jr.||John Leonard|
|Hercules||Arthur Cubbin||Sequoia Hughlett|
and a host of delightful townspeople!
Executive Co-Producers: Suzanne R. Taylor & Selden R. Dickinson
Production Stage Manager: Suzanne R. Taylor
Construction Manager: Al Loomis
Set design: Byron Bell
Design Assistant: Carey Ngai
Costume design: Anne Auberjonois, Nancy Johnson & Denise Paglina
Properties: Emily Freed
Lighting Design: Betsy King Militello & Sam Militello
Special Effects: Sandy Dickinson
Program Editors: Sally Lindel
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