Friday 20 February 2015
Adult $38, Concession & Groups 6+ $33
This ever-popular rollicking musical comes to Noosa for one night only. The Pirates of Penzance is set to be a great night out!
The Gilbert & Sullivan Company of Australia that had Karralyka audiences in gales of laughter last year with their trilogy of Pirates, Pinafore, Mikado, return with an absolute world first. The Entire Pirates of Penzance, the smash hit Broadway award winning musical and arguably the most popular of the entire Gilbert & Sullivan repertoire, with a cast of only 6 ! ! !.
This version contains all the great musical delights and the hysterical comedy scenes that have had audiences on their feet with applause for over 100 years.
How Can It Be Done????…We Hear you Cry….
Starring in this production is award winning actor / singer, and former Young Talent Time Star Philip Gould, who has just received rave reviews for his Role in Showboat" for the Production Company..Philip will play the roles of the Swashbuckling Pirate king" and more....
Joining Philip is the very funny and highly acclaimed actor Brian Hannan who plays the Roles of the Major General and the Police Sargent. The Melbourne Age best summed up Brians performance when it wrote, “Brian Hannan has to be the man of 1000 voices and he delivered an outstanding performance”.
International Soprano Alison rae Jones an exciting soprano from Opera Australia will play the role of Mabel . Along side Alison will be Opera Australia's Caroline Vercoe as "Ruth"
Seasoned professional Chris McKenna will plays the roles of Frederic and Edith, Mabels other sister.
Linda O'Brien will play the role of the Musical Director on Piano.
The show is directed by the critically acclaimed Hugh Halliday with the set design and construction by the same people who designed and built the sets for The Hobbit.
All in all this will be truly one the great night in the theatre this year and why wouldn’t be with a show boasting hit songs such as Cat Like Tread, Model Of A Modern Major General, Poor Wandering One, A Policeman’s Lot, to name a few.