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TGIF: R-rated action and Bardic-fun

Summer’s drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean there’s not plenty of local fun and entertainment to be bad. Here are some ideas.

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Arts & Leisure

"Pirates of Penzance" steals your heart

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

Orange County Tribune

"Pirates" and "Ben Hur" go into action

Pirates, twins, salsa and “Nemo” are offerings available for your entertainment Friday through Sunday in the Garden Grove-Huntington Beach-Westminster area. Here’s a quick look:

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Arts & Leisure

No. 10: Educated Stupidity

Once again, in addition to character archetype this week, I’ve also included an allusion. This time it’s to the patter song “Modern Major General… 128 more words

Archetypes (all)

Yes, Barrington Stage has created the most wonderful "Pirates of Penzance" ever

David Garrison as the MajorGeneral. Photo by Kevin Sprague.

Alex Gibson & the Policemen. Photo by Kevin Sprague.

Kyle Dean Massey and Scarlett Strallen. Photo by Kevin Sprague. 2,041 more words

Theatre

Ventfort Hall Tea and Talk with Julianne Boyd will preview "Pirates of Penzance"

The Pirates of Penzance poster.

Julianne Boyd

“A Sneak Peak at The Pirates of Penzance: with Julianne Boyd: Barrington Stage at Ventfort Hall” will sail into Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum when Barrington Stage Company Artistic Director Julianne Boyd appears with members of BSC’s Musical Theatre Conservatory. 364 more words

Theatre

Friday, 18th June, 1880

I wasn’t all that worried about going to the theatre. Much like Freddie Rochford, I too had heard good things about Pirates of Penzance, and this was as good an opportunity as any to see the show. 1,475 more words