Event The Mikado
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Venue Festival Theatre, Adelaide, SA
Umbrella Event State Opera of South Australia 1999 Season
First Date 1999
Opening Date 1999
Last Date 1999
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Description The show opens in the town of Titipu where the chorus of nobles are joined by Nanki-Poo, disguised as a second trombone, who is looking for Yum-Yum, the ward of Ko-Ko. A noble lord named Pish-Tush asks what Nanki-Poo's business is with Yum-Yum, and learns that the minstrel had seen the girl a year ago when he was a member of the town band, and they had fallen in love. But Yum-Yum was betrothed to her guardian Ko-Ko, 'a cheap tailor.' However on learning that Ko-Ko was condemned to death for flirting, the minstrel has hurried back to try to claim Yum-Yum.
Description Source Website
Primary Genre Music Theatre
Secondary Genre Opera
Subjects Death
Name Function Notes
Jonathan Biggins Actor and Singer
Meran Bow Actor and Singer
Peter Deane Actor and Singer
Grant Doyle Actor and Singer
Prudence Dunstone Actor and Singer
Brian Gilbertson Actor and Singer
David Hibbard Actor and Singer
Teresa La Rocca Actor and Singer
Imogen Roose Actor and Singer
Katherine Muller Assistant Stage Manager
Sally Bithell Chorus
Cherie Boogaart Chorus
Deborah Caddy Chorus
Adam Goodburn Chorus
Michelle Grootenboer Chorus
Kristen Hardy Chorus
Heidi Hildebrandt Chorus
Adam Howard Chorus
Greg John Chorus
Darian Johns Chorus
Rodney Kirk Chorus
Patrick Lim Chorus
Sandra McCarthy-Lyne Chorus
Mark McKenna Chorus
Stuart Omond Chorus
Belinda Paterson Chorus
Benjamin Rasheed Chorus
Kerry Sampson Chorus
Kim Spargo Chorus
Anthony Waack Chorus
Arthur Seymour Sullivan Composer
Timothy Sexton Conductor
Michael Allen Dancer
Laurence Markham Dancer
Matthew Plummer Dancer
Steven Suggitt Dancer
Tim Goodchild Designer
Stuart Maunder Director Revival
Christopher Renshaw Director Original
William Schwenck Gilbert Librettist
Derek Coutts Lighting Designer
Amanda Falkenberg Repetiteur
Cathy Dadd Stage Manager
Karen Frost Stage Manager
Text Nationality England
Production Nationality Australia
Further Information The names of the orchestral players are listed in the programme.
Data Source
Source Description
Web State Opera of South Australia Web Archive
Event Identifier 99993