november, 2022

06nov2:00 pm4:00 pmThe Pirates of PenzanceThe DAN School of Drama and Music

Event Details

“The Pirates of Penzance”, Gilbert and Sullivan’s famous comic operetta, is presented by the DAN School of Drama and Music at Queen’s University. The performances will take place in Katarowki/Kingston from November 3-13th at the Rotunda Theatre in Theological Hall on Queen’s University campus. Performances are at 7:30 pm, except for Sundays at 2 pm.

After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the DAN School is pleased to present a fall major production, presenting two weeks of shows put on by staff and student body dedicated to bringing the performing arts at Queen’s back with full force. This semester’s performance of “The Pirates of Penzance” brings a colourful, fun-filled version of the production as audiences embark on a journey of love, sacrifice, and loyalty as Frederic’s duty is tested between the woman he loves and the band of pirates to whom he has been apprenticed throughout his youth. The DAN School Majors are proud to present a live orchestra that will accompany the performers.

The artistic leadership includes as director, the former artistic director of Thousand Islands Playhouse and current professor at Queen’s University Greg Wanless assisted by Jordana Ansel and Music Director Michael Capon music director at St James Anglican Church and current adjunct lecturer at Queen’s University assisted by Darcie Watson-Laird. Production leadership includes Brian Frommer as production manager assisted by Katelyn Luoma.

For interview requests please contact Kendra Johnston, Head of Marketing, by email at 20kmrj@queensu.ca or by phone at 647-236-9130.

Tickets: events.eply.com/PiratesofPenzancebyGilbertSullivan3369025

Adult: $25

Students: $15

Limited ticket sales at the door before each performance.

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Time

(Sunday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location

Rotunda Theatre

Queen\'s University

Organizer

DAN School of Drama and MusicKendra Johnston, Head of Marketing 20kmrj@queensu.ca

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