The Wittiest Execution in Town!
For one weekend only, Pacific Stageworks presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera THE MIKADO, July 5-7 ONLY at the Heathman Lodge, 7801 NE Greenwood Dr., Vancouver at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and at 8 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Director Tony Bump has set the performance "in a modern cocktail party/fundraiser for a local theatre company." Audience members are encouraged to dress in a kimono and sing along with familiar songs such as “Three Little Maids from School,” “Tit Willow,” and “To Sit In Solemn Silence.”
|Will Johnson (L) and Kristen Johnson (R)|
with Tony Bump in "The Mikado."
Additional cast members include Jeanna Reed (Battle Ground), Kathleen Jung (Ridgefield), Ashley Hall (Bellingham), Garry Bastian and Zak Campbell (Vancouver), and Kaylen Ostrom (Camas).
Witty lyrics and brilliantly constructed plot twists make this light-hearted tale of forbidden love, deception, and beheadings a favorite among theatre-goers since 1885. This is a zesty operetic musical-comedy sparkling with wit and whimsy.
Tickets are $15 in advance or $17 at the door. Audience members wearing a kimono will receive a $1 discount. Tickets may be ordered at www.pacificstageworks.com or 360-213-5174. Please do not contact the Heathman Lodge with questions.