1. The Mikado


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    #ENOMikado Just over 125 years since its initial record-breaking run, The Mikado remains Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular operetta. For a staggering fifth of that total time, it has also been virtually synonymous with Jonathan Miller’s dazzlingly inventive and stunningly stylish song-and-dance staging, which has proved an unfailing ‘source of innocent merriment’ ever since it first graced the London Coliseum stage in 1986. Wittily transposing the topsy-turvy Victorian values of Gilbert’s mock-oriental Town of Titipu to a Marx Brothers-inspired take on the denizens of a very English 1930s seaside hotel, Miller’s much-loved production returns, two years after celebrating its silver jubilee. The starry cast of seasoned veterans and fresh-faced newcomers is led by ENO’s resident master of the comic patter song, Richard Suart, who this season celebrates his own 25th anniversary in the role of Ko-Ko, the Lord High Executioner. Performances Dec 1, 5*, 7, 8 & Jan 21*, 25, 26, 30, 31 at 7.30pm | Dec 1, 8 & Jan 26 at 2.30pm 12 performances. Running time: 2hrs 35mins Signed-performance, Tue Jan 21 Pre-performance talk, Wed Dec 5, 5.15 – 6pm, £5/£2.50 concs

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    • The Sun Whose Rays -- Director's Cut


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      Steven Strauss plays "The Sun Whose Rays" on Ukulele. This music is from "The Mikado" by Gilbert and Sullivan. Filmed at Stow Lake on Strawberry Hill, San Francisco, California. April 27, 2009 This director's cut is an Epic Fail and Pip R. Lagenta production. The sun, whose rays Are all ablaze With ever-living glory, Does not deny His majesty... He scorns to tell a story! He don't exclaim, "I blush for shame, So kindly be indulgent." But, fierce and bold, In fiery gold, He glories all effulgent! I mean to rule the earth, As he the sky... We really know our worth, The sun and I! Observe his flame, That placid dame, The moon's Celestial Highness; There's not a trace Upon her face Of diffidence or shyness: She borrows light That, through the night, Mankind may all acclaim her! And, truth to tell, She lights up well, So I, for one, don't blame her! Ah, pray make no mistake, We are not shy; We're very wide awake, The moon and I!

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      • The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze


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        Steven Strauss plays "The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze" on Ukulele. This music is from "The Mikado" by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert. Filmed near Stow Lake at Strawberry Hill in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California. April 27, 2009 An Epic Fail production; a film by Pip R. Lagenta

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        • Red Bull Canimation - The Mikado


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          A stop motion animation movie made for the Red Bull Canimation competition. I used plasticine models and Hue animation studio kit to make this short animated film with focus centered on Red Bull giving you energy. Hope you like it.

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          • Three Little Maids


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            from MuSE Sounds of Arts Festival 2011 November 20, 2011 at 3pm Secret Theatre (Queens, NY) supported by Hanagoyomi Kimono Rental Gilbert & Sullivan - Three Little Maids from 'The Mikado' Maria De Conzo, Gillian Lacey, Jane Spadaccini; voice Serina Shimizu, piano Yuko Goto, kimono artist Atsuko Shimizu, hair/make-up Mika Mitamura, hair/make-up http://musefriends.org

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            • The Collegiate Chorale at 70!


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              Music Director James Bagwell takes a look into The Chorale's past, its recently completed 70th Anniversary Season, and upcoming summer tour!

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              • Support The Collegiate Chorale at 70!


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                Music Director James Bagwell takes a look into The Chorale's past, its recently completed 70th Anniversary Season, and upcoming summer tour! To make a tax-deductible contribution in honor of The Chorale's 70th Anniversary, please visit http://collegiatechorale.org/support/ or call 646-202-9623. Thank you!

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                • 009 November 24 Montreat College Recital


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                  This is a wonderful recital by the Music Department of Montreat College that took place on November 24, 2009. Highlighted in this video clip, which is high quality are The Duet from the H.M.S. Pinafore, "Fine captain, I've important information" The Trio from The Mikado, "Iam so proud" and the Duet from Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute) Papageno and Papagena. These are sung b y Marcus Wall, Dustin Musselman, Michael Weller, Joshua Manuel, Stephen Long, and Lynsi Uptegraft. Just amzingly well done! The wonderful thing about Montreat College is that it is truly a Christian College in which there is vital biblical faith as well as academic excellence. This balance comes through well in this recital. The vision of the role of our Christian faith and the arts is brilliantly articulated in the presentation and prayer of Timothy Wilds.

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                  • Vinni Misa - I'm so Proud (The Mikado)


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                    12 Oct 2012. When the Phantom of the Opera performed in Manila, I went to Jonathan Roxmouth (The Phantom) and performed the song that he did in Topsy Turvy which was also in Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado.

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                    • TIWWA - The Mikado Trailer


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                      Frank Black and Peter Watts call in Millennium Group computer expert Brian Roedecker for assistance on a very serious case when they find a serial killer who broadcasts his gruesome crimes over the internet to a bevy of sick spectators. Is this the work of Avatar, a sadistic killer Frank's tracked before, utilizing a brand new technological medium for his crimes? www.tiwwa.info

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