After a sabbatical semester Jen Letherer, associate professor of communications, returned to the stage to direct W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan’s comic operetta “The Pirates of Penzance” which showed in White Auditorium on Feb. 288 more words
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So no, not the kind of unrequited love between your typical man/woman that you’re probably thinking (wow, heteronormativity at its finest – shame on you) but rather, between myself and my involvement in a particular sphere that doesn’t necessarily accommodate me. 981 more words
‘He always got up in the morning to see whom he could have a quarrel’: Seymour Hicks, actor and playwright, on W.S.Gilbert.
Today in 1884 the premier of the operetta Princess Ida took place from the inspired partnership of the composer Arthur Sullivan and the librettist William Schwenk Gilbert.(1) 521 more words