By Thom deMartino II
Pretty spry, for a 137-year-old operetta.
Directed by Peter Uribe, “The Pirates of Penzance” is the tale of young Fredric (Colin Martin), newly freed from his indentured servitude to a group of rowdy, yet gentle-hearted pirates (with a soft-spot for orphans,) led by the boisterous Pirate King (Alex Bodereo.) Released from his obligations, the naive Fredric ops to quest for true love, shortly afterwards stumbling upon a bevy of bathing beauties, where he chances across the beautiful Mabel (Jenaha McLearn): the two are instantly smitten. 427 more words