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  For I am a Pirate King  - David Wannen and Men's Ensemble

For I am a Pirate King - David Wannen and Men's Ensemble

  Let us gaily tread the measure -  Jennifer Piacenti, Amy Maude Helfer, Sarah Hutchison, Caitlin Burke

Let us gaily tread the measure - Jennifer Piacenti, Amy Maude Helfer, Sarah Hutchison, Caitlin Burke

  I am the very model of a modern major-general  - James Mills and Ensemble

I am the very model of a modern major-general - James Mills and Ensemble

  We do not press that point, we look over it  - David Wannen, James Mills

We do not press that point, we look over it - David Wannen, James Mills

  An orphan boy  - David Wannen, David Macaluso

An orphan boy - David Wannen, David Macaluso

  Hail Poetry -   Photo by Peter Dervin

Hail Poetry - Photo by Peter Dervin

  Finale of Act I  - David Wannen, James Mills and Ensemble

Finale of Act I - David Wannen, James Mills and Ensemble

  A Policeman's lot is not a happy one -  David Auxier (center)

A Policeman's lot is not a happy one - David Auxier (center)

  Ah leave me not to pine  - Daniel Greenwood, Sarah Caldwell Smith

Ah leave me not to pine - Daniel Greenwood, Sarah Caldwell Smith

 David Wannen

David Wannen

 David Wannen, Daniel Greenwood, Angela Christine Smith

David Wannen, Daniel Greenwood, Angela Christine Smith

 James Mills

James Mills

Everyone has pretended to be a pirate at some point. Set sail with this classic comedy that boasts one of the most famous patter songs in musical theatre history. On the coast of Cornwall, a band of tenderhearted pirates celebrates the coming of age of Frederic, who was mistakenly apprenticed to the pirates until his 21st birthday. Now, Frederic has vowed to devote his life to the extermination of piracy - until a ludicrous leap year snag threatens to keep him apprenticed to the pirates for life! Throw in a bevy of beauties, a brash Pirate King, the delightfully stuffy Major-General Stanley and you’ve got what The New York Times calls “AN ENDEARING PRODUCTION WITH HIGH MUSICAL STANDARDS AND SPIRITED PERFORMANCES.”