Gilbert & Sullivan Players' The Mikado Begins Performances January 6
David Auxier-Loyola directs and choreographs.
New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players' 49th season continues with Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado January 6-14 at New York’s Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College.
David Auxier-Loyola, who authored the show's prologue, directs and choreographs.
The cast features David Macaluso as Sullivan and Ko-Ko, Matthew Wages as Richard D'Oyly Carte and Pooh-Bah, David Auxier as author Gilbert and Pish-Tush, John Charles McLaughlin as Nanki-Poo, Hannah Holmes as Katisha, Rebecca L. Hargrove as Yum Yum, Sarah Hutchison as Peep-Bo, Elisabeth Cernadas as Pitti-Sing, and David Wannen in the title role.
The ensemble includes Caitlin
Borek, Camilo Estrada, Chris-Ian Sanchez, James Mills, Katie Hall, Abby
Kurth, Lance Olds, Logan Pitts, Maurio Hines, Michael Galante, Alexandra Imbrosci-Viera, Michelle
Seipel, Sabrina Lopez, and Viet Vo.
The production also has scenery by Anshuman Bhatia, costumes by Quinto Ott, and lighting by Benjamin Weill.
Founder and Artistic Director Albert Bergeret shares the podium with associate conductor Joseph Rubin, conducting the 25-piece orchestra.
The Mikado is produced by NYGASP Executive Director David Wannen.
Tickets start at $30. Visit NYGasp.org.