Director: Barbara Turner
Musical Director: John Drake
Join the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of SA in May when they stage the all-time favourite, The Mikado!
The son of the Mikado is missing and his intended bride is on the hunt for her prey! Meanwhile, the Lord High Executioner of Titipu is annoyed to find that his fiance is enamoured with an itinerant wandering minstrel.
Join Ko Ko in the town of Titipu and be part of his "little list" for this comic and musical celebration of all things Japanese!
With its blend of humorous satire and wonderful music, The Mikado is a great night out for the whole family.
THE MIKADO OF JAPAN – ROD SPRIGG
NANKI-POO (his son, disguised as a wandering minstrel, in love with Yum-Yum) – JAMES PRATT
KO-KO (Lord High Executioner of Titipu) – BARRY HILL
POOH-BAH (Lord High Everything Else) – IAN MUSTER
PISH-TUSH (a Noble Lord) – TIMOTHY IDE
Three Sisters – Wards of Ko-Ko
YUM-YUM – HEATHER BROOKS
PITTI-SING – HAZEL GREEN
PEEP-BO – MELISSA HANN
KATISHA (an elderly Lady, in love with Nanki-Poo) – MERAN BOW
KO-KO’S ASSISTANT – PATRICK GRIFFITHS
W S GILBERT – RICHARD TREVASKIS
Ladies of Titipu
Nojoko – Marjorie Quin
Toko – Marie Taylor
Carol Amos, Susan Brooke-Smith, Eloise Crooks, Heather Elliott, Annalise Gehling, Gemma Gibson, Louise Hadley, Natalie Haynes, Verity House, Angelique Houston, Alisia Jedrzejczak, Elizabeth Michell, Sian Parry, Lisa Robson, Alexandra Stubberfield, Laura White, Amy Williams
Peter Cannon, Michael Cochran, Damien Coghlan, Jono Crispe, Sutha Crispe, Chris Davies, David Duncan, Paul George, Peter Herriman, Joshua Hillary, Dan Meehan, Sydney Moyle, Steven Parker, James Stevens, Brian Sudlow
Lucy Harford, Talia Monaghan, Lisa Turner