The Pittsburgh Savoyards 86th season continues from October 13th to 22nd.
It only takes one fairy to shake up the world of men. Imagine what can happen when you have a whole flock of fairies! Find out this month when the Pittsburgh Savoyards present Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe, or The Peer and the Peri.
Iolanthe is regarded by many as a perfect collaboration by Gilbert and Sullivan: A masterpiece full of fairies, forbidden love, and a sense of duty. The ensemble cast of over 40, bursting at the seams with personality and supported by a live orchestra of over 30, brings this fabulous, fanciful, fun, fairy-filled show, stage directed by Michael McFaden and music directed by Guy Russo, to the stage.
TICKETS AND DETAILS
Performances are at the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall in Carnegie, PA., for two weekends: October 13/14/15 and October 20/21/22. Adult admission is $25, with discounted tickets for children, students, and seniors.
Reserved seating will be available at: www.pittsburghsavoyards.org or at the box office.
The full ast list and additional production information is available at: https://www.pittsburghsavoyards.org/wordpress/iolanthe-fall-2023/