Samuel French, Inc., Jan 1, 1988 - 143 pages
Ken Ludwig. Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Lyrics by William S. Gilbert. Characters: 8 male, 4 female Various interior scenes, or one unit set. This clever show takes place at the Savoy Theatre in 1890. Gilbert and Sullivan, who have been feuding for years, are forced to work together one more time: Queen Victoria commands a performance of their most popular songs. Part docu drama, part period comedy, and part Gilbertt and Sullivan's Greatest Hits, this is a delightful revue from the author of Lend Me a Tenor, Leading Ladies, and Moon Over Buffalo. A charming show.-Boston Globe A warm, and affectionate behind the scenes look at this tempestuous, hilarious relationship.-Middlesex News
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ALFRED Arthur begins BELLS ON BOARD-SHIP brass CAST CELLIER chair CLITTER costume course COURTICE Courtice Pounds DANCE A CACHUCHA dear door Duke of Edinburgh Durward Lely enters exits fans George Grossmith GILBERT and SULLIVAN GILBERT looks girl green room Grosv HUMBLE CAPTAIN'S hurries Immediately following Iolanthe Ivanhoe JESSIE and SYBIL Jessie Bond Josephine Ken Ludwig Kimono KISS KITTY KNOW ITS MIND Ko-Ko Laughing lights LOVE CAN LEVEL MAIDS FROM SCHOOL medley Mikado Miss Russell Morning MUSIC CUE NEVER MIND onstage orchestra Pause Peep-Bo Pink academic robe Pirate PITTER Pitti-Sing play preset Princess Ida PROP TABLE Queen RECKLESS DELIGHT ROSINA Rosina Brandram Royal Highness Ruddigore RUTLAND BARRINGTON Savoy stage Savoy Theatre Scene Schwenck scrim sighs sing singers song Sorry stop Sullivan's dressing room tell Thank Theatre there's THREE LITTLE MAIDS Violet Russell WHEREFORE WILDEST OF DANCES William wings wooden hangers YOUNG Yum-Yum