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Short attention span plot summary:

Prancing popinjay promises to propose to peregrinating partner.
Prisoner pretends to be progeny and as proud pike man presses his plight.
Plan's penetration perturbs performers.



March 14, 15, 21 and 22, 2008, at 8pm
March 16 and 22 at 2:30pm
St. Luke's School, New Canaan, CT

Stage Director: Jeremy Quinn
Music Director:
Christopher James Hisey

Associate Music Director: Dorothy Kolinsky
Set Designer: Carl Mezoff
Lighting Designer: Rick Churchill
Technical Directors: Bill Lamoureux and Tom Bier
Produced by: Jim Cooper and Tom Zimmerman

Colonel Fairfax Kristopher Jean
Sergeant Meryll David Schancupp
Leonard Meryll (his son) Dexter Anderson
Jack Point (a strolling minstrel) Martin Everall
Wilfred Shadbolt (head jailer and assistant tormentor) John Matilaine
Sir Richard Cholmondeley - Lieutenant of the Tower Jim Cooper
Elsie Maynard Carolyn Korn
Phoebe Meryll Rachel Cohen
Dame Carruthers Sarah Bleasdale (Wendy Falconer, 3/22 eve)
Kate, her niece Molly Lazer
First Yeomen Rob Strom
Second Yeoman James Hisey, II
Third Yeoman Bill McGaughey
Fourth Yeoman Shawn  Amdur

Chorus of Citizens and Yeomen:

Kathleen Bernadette, Joyce Day, Rose Eugene, Victoria Gardner, Diana Gladden, Amy Gladwell, Keiko Hayashida, May Hayashida, Bobbie Herman, Theresa LeBel, Silloo Madan, Helen Neafsey, Ruth-Anne Ring,  Joan Stietzel, Joyce Veishlow

Dexter Anderson, Arnold Cohen, Aaron Cohen, Martin Diamond, James Hisey II, Richard Huie, Bill Lamoureux, Bill McGaughey, Leo Meyer,  Guy Stretton, Rob Strom, Bernard Warmflash



Troupers Light Opera Company is the Gilbert and Sullivan performing group in Fairfield County, Connecticut. We generally perform one show per year in the Spring and schedule other activities in the summer and fall. For further information on joining Troupers or coming to our shows, contact any member of the Board of Directors.

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Box 859
Darien, CT 06820-0859

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