The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Frederictons

2005 Presentation...

on the stage of The Playhouse

 

 

HMS

Pinafore

or

The Lass That Loved A Sailor

 

 

Catch the review of opening night

in the Fredericton Gleaner

by clicking on the paper:

 

Björn Runefors, Music Director • Ed Mullaly, Director

with the talented

Pinafore Deck Orchestra and the Opera Choir

comprised of Sir Josephs Sisters, his Cousins (whom he reckons up by dozens!) and his Aunts

and the sober men and true that sail the ocean blue

and featuring

Conrad Yavis as ...... Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B.

Jack MacDougall as ..................... Capt. Corcoran

Jordan DuBois as ...................... Ralph Rackstraw

Bruce Noble as ............................... Dick Deadeye

Tim Andrew as .......... Bill Bobstay (Boatswain)

Anthony Savidge

Robert Noble as ................................... Bob Becket

Sarah McIntyre as ................................... Josephine

Kristen Jurcina as ............................................. Hebe

Ginny Khoury as .................................... Buttercup

 

The Playhouse

Queen Street, Fredericton

Order your tickets on-line at

The Playhouse Box Office

Monsignor as the Ships Cook

 

 

Thursday May 12 through Saturday May 14, 2005 - curtain at 8:00 oclock

Canon Jim IrvineSarah Irvine, the unbeweaveable weaverMonsignor has joined the Chorus and is getting ready for the grease paint and foot lights at The Playhouse in downtown Fredericton.  My daughter, Sarah, the Unbeweaveable Weaver has landed the rôle of Josephine... The Lass That Loved A Sailor!

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Highland Shepherd Resources | Unbeweaveable Weaver

The penultimate WORD for May 2005: Ill-advised asperity...

This is the fourth musical Sarah and I have been in together!  Previously we were in The Music Man, Into the Woods and Evita - all summer stock productions of the Kennebecasis Valley Players of Quispamsis, New Brunswick.

Downtown Fredericton along the St. John River...

Background Midi: "Never Mind the Why and Wherefore" (Act 2 - sung by Capt. Corcoran, Sir Joseph and Josephine)