Author Archives: tod tyslan

Along with the rest of the performing arts world, The Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company came to an abrupt halt when the Covid-19 pandemic hit in March of 2020. Sadly, the final curtain came down just two nights before the scheduled opening of The Pirates of Penzance. It was not an entirely dry period, however, Mid-pandemic, […]

Our 2017 production of Iolanthe dropped England’s House of Peers into the middle of a Hans Christian Andersen-inspired forest enchanted by fairies and ruled by a non-nonsense Fairy Queen. Regarded by many as Gilbert and Sullivan’s most perfect collaboration, Iolanthe was called “a smashing success” by the Hyde Park Herald critic, who noted that “the […]