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Lamplighters Music Theater presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘HMS Pinafore’
August 3 – 25, 2019, 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM
The Lamplighters set sail this August with HMS Pinafore! Full of unforgettable songs, drama, comedy, and social conflict, Pinafore has some of their best men’s choral music! It is the story of a sailor’s love for his Captain’s daughter, and their brave defiance of her father’s demand that she marry the First Lord of the Admiralty. With Sullivan’s infectious music and Gilbert’s witty script and lyrics, a rousing good time is guaranteed for all!
More information at lamplighters.org/pinafore.
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