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Video Preview of Patience by Gilbert and Sullivan, G&S Society of Austin, June 7 - 17 Print E-mail


UPDATE: Review by Adam Roberts in the Austin Chronicle, June 14

UPDATE: Comments by Cate Blouke in the Statesman's Austin360.com Seeing Things blog, June 13

UPDATE: Click to go to the KMFA blog to listen to KMFA's Diane Donovan interviewing artistic director Ralph MacPhail, Jr., and musical director Jeffrey Jones-Ragona

 

UPDATE: Click to view the 30-second public service announcement from YNN, Austin

Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Austin TX

Artistic Director Ralph MacPhail, Jr. previews the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Austin's 2012 Grand Summer Production of Patience, or Bunthorne's Bride with 9 performances, June 7-17, 2012, at the Brentwood Christian School Performing Arts Center, 11908 N. Lamar. (click for map)

Patience is one of the most lyrical and laugh-filled of the Gilbert & Sullivan operas. It satirizes the "aesthetic craze" of the Victorian era with wit, charm, poetry, and a delightfully complicated love triangle. Beautiful music, memorable characters, and colorful costumes and sets will captivate all ages.

Tickets can also be purchased online at www.gilbertsullivan.org, at the Long Center ticketing service website or by calling 512.474.5664.  All seats are reserved, assigned on 'best available' baasis. Advance sale prices including fees are $23 for adults, $14.50 for students with ID and $10.75 for those 18 years old and younger.  Day of performance rates are $28, $17.50 and $13.75.

 


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