Gilbert & Sullivan's 'Mikado'
One of Gilbert & Sullivan's best-known operettas, "The Mikado, or The Town of Titipu," will be presented by the Music Department from Thursday, March 10, through Sunday, March 13, at Mandel Hall.
"The Mikado" will be performed by the Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company and the University of Chicago Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Guy Victor Bordo. The production is directed by Michael Kotze and produced by Mitchell Brown.
All proceeds will benefit the Music Department's student performance organizations. The department's 400 volunteer musicians present more than 90 public concerts each season.
Benefit patron tickets for "The Mikado" are available for $25 each, which includes priority seating, an acknowledgment in the concert program and an invitation to the opening-night reception that follows the March 10 performance. General admission is $10, and student tickets are $6.
Through February, tickets are available by mail only. For a ticket order form, call the Music Department at 702-8484. Beginning March 1, tickets may be purchased at Reynolds Club Bookstore Branch or by phoning 702-7300.