A fully staged and costumed production of Gilbert and Sullivan's classic satire of the House of Lords. Performed with full orchestra.
Phyllis, a ward of the court is in love with Strephon, a simple shepherd, not knowing he is the son of the fairy Iolanthe, who was banished from fairyland for marrying a mortal.
When the Fairy Queen finally forgives Iolanthe, she is intrigued with Strephon and promises to provide him with fairy protection.
Meanwhile, the entire House of Lords has fallen in love with Phyllis and petitions the Lord Chancellor to let one of them marry her. Comic confrontations between fairies and Peers abound but the ending is happy.
Directed by Dan Montez and conducted by Jun Nakabayashi
Norwalk Concert Hall (View)
125 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 06851
|Minimum Age: 5|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|