Gilbert and Sullivan’s H.M.S. Pinafore

OTYC’s Spring production, Gilbert and Sullivan’s HMS Pinafore!

by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

A dark blue illustration of a ship on the ocean with text advertising the production in a decorative, old font
The story takes place on the Royal Navy Ship HMS Pinafore, where Josephine, the daughter of Captain Corcoran, falls for the sailor Ralph Rackstraw. However, she is forced to choose between her true love, and her father’s intention for her to marry Sir Joseph Porter, the First Lord of the Admiralty…
Among one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular works, HMS Pinafore satirically deals in themes of love and duty, with mirth and silliness to spare. It pokes fun at patriotism, meritocracy, and the British class system in general. 
 
This production is a collaboration with Yale Undergraduate Chamber Orchestra.
 
Performances: April 11th, 12th, 13th, 2024. 
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Media and Downloads

PDF icon Audition Packet (.pdf - 99.35KB)

Performance Dates & Times

April 11, 2024 - 7:00pm

April 12, 2024 - 5:00pm

April 13, 2024 - 7:00pm

Location

Saybrook Underbrook

Venue Accessibility: 
Lobby is accessible via elevator near the Head of College's office inside entryway I. Balcony level seating is accessible via lobby entrance. Stage level seating requires the use of stairs.

Reservations

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Performers

RALPH RACKSTRAW
Bobby Xiao
JOSEPHINE
CAPTAIN CORCORAN
THE RT. HON SIR JOSEPH PORTER, K.C.B.
James Prud'homme
LITTLE BUTTERCUP
Alliese Bonner
BOATSWAIN (SAILOR)
Daniel Fried
CHORUS LADY
CHORUS LADY
CHORUS LADY
CHORUS LADY
Elizabeth Wolfram
CHORUS LADY

Production Team

Director
Musical Director
Musical Director
Yoshi Kimura
Producer
Associate
Producer
Sean Liu
Assistant
Director
Stage Manager
Costume Designer
Assistant
Costume Designer
Lighting Designer
Lighting Designer
Makeup Artist
Kemper Rodi
Makeup Artist
Set Designer
Samantha Sims