Bryan Opera Theatre Presents The Pirates Of Penzance

Friday, February 07, 2014

The Bryan Opera Theatre will present Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera “Pirates of Penzance” Friday and Saturday, Feb. 21 and 22.  

Assistant Professor of Music Kimberly Keck, who will direct the performance, said, “The Pirates of Penzance is a delightful comic operetta that can be enjoyed by all.  It has been gratifying to see our younger students rise to the occasion in order to put on a great show.” 

Principal roles will be sung by students:  The Pirate King, Jay Carpenter;  Frederic, Garrett Hill; Mabel, Brittany Feeser; Major-General Stanley, Randy Bright; Sergeant of Police, Jason Gonzalez 

Additional roles: Ruth, Bethany Sheats; Samuel, Andrew Warren; Edith,  Katie Warren;  Kate,  Naomi Martin; and Isabel, Emily Cairns.  A 20-member chorus will support the principal cast, with accompaniment provided by an orchestra led by Music Department Head, Dr. Mel Wilhoit. 

Tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults and are available daily at the box office in Rudd Auditorium or by calling the Lions Pride Campus Store at 775-7271.

This concert is open to the public and begins at 7:30 p.m. in Rudd Auditorium on the Bryan campus. 

For more information please call the Bryan College music department, 775-7498.


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