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Pinafore

Not normally a fan of Operatic leanings, Agathe has found inspiration in one of Constance’s tomes. Remembering the fun she had with the shipwreck…. 124 more words
Doll

My mother: a natural musician

My mother was one of the most talented untaught musicians it has ever been my pleasure to meet. Possessed of a beautiful soprano singing voice, she had an inbuilt vibrato and soared gloriously above most other people. 853 more words

Family

Fancy notions, Gilbert and Sullivan edition

You know me. About binomial theorem I’m teeming with a lot o’ news, with many cheerful facts about the square of the hypotenuse. But one thing I don’t think I’ll ever be able to do is count the number of items this neighborhood notions store… 236 more words

Fancy Notions

The Mikado: Synopsis

What’s a teenager to do when his old man insists he marry an older woman? (Particularly if she’s got a face that would stop a bullet train.) Add to this that father’s word is law because he’s the Emperor of Japan, that he’s politically quite a bit to the right of (well. 1,098 more words

Musical

I've got a little list

And it’s started!  One of our students started writing lyrics for “I’ve got a Little List”  in our musical “The Mikado.”  This song traditionally pokes fun at current events, so we are thinking about having a bit of fun making fun of our lovable Homestead High School. 152 more words

Theatre

A Cross Between a Delicious Love-Song and a Homicide: 1898

STAGE KISSES IN TETON CITY.

Why the Eventual Husband Permitted Them

It was a home-talent show, and we sat patiently waiting for the unexpected to happen. 826 more words

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"A Pirate King" from "The Pirates of Penzance"

“Oh, better far to live and die

Under the brave black flag I fly,

Than play a sanctimonious part,

With a pirate head and a pirate heart.

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Musicals