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Gilbert & Sullivan: Pirates of Penzance

featuring internationally renowned Gilbert and Sullivan interpreter Alistair Donkin


The Marylhurst Chorale and the Choral Union end their concert seasons with Pirates of Penzance, a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W.S. Gilbert. 

Special guest artist Alistair Donkin of England, one of the world's great G&S interpreters, is stage director and narrator for the two Marylhurst performances. Dr. Justin Smith conducts.

Marylhurst Full Performances

Saturday Performance
June 7, 2014
7:30 p.m., St. Anne's Chapel, Marylhurst campus

Sunday Performance
June 8, 2014
4:00 p.m., St. Anne's Chapel, Marylhurst campus

Tickets:
Are available for online purchase and are selling fast!  
Please click here to purchase tickets.
General Admission: $15.00
Seniors and Students: $10.00

For more information contact Dr. Justin Smith, Director of Choral Activities at jsmith@marylhurst.edu.

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