The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Fredericton’s
on the stage of The Playhouse
The Lass That Loved A Sailor
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 Joseph’s Sisters, his Cousins (whom he reckons up by dozens!) and his Aunts
and the sober men and true that sail the ocean blue
Queen Street, Fredericton
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Monsignor as the Ship’s Cook
Thursday May 12 through Saturday May 14, 2005 - curtain at 8:00 o’clock
Monsignor 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!
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.
Background Midi: "Never Mind the Why and Wherefore" (Act 2 - sung by Capt. Corcoran, Sir Joseph and Josephine)