A Philadelphia tradition supporting local charitable organizations since its founding in 1901, The Savoy Company is a 501(c) (3) non-profit educational organization. It is the oldest amateur theater company in the world dedicated solely to the production of the 13 surviving immortal operas of Gilbert and Sullivan.
In 2016 The Savoy Company will perform Gilbert and Sullivanís dazzling The Pirates of Penzance. Taking the Delaware Valley by storm, this much-beloved comic opera is filled with waggish pirates, blundering policemen, ludicrous adventures, and the most brilliant paradox, all accompanied by Gilbertís pin-sharp wit and Sullivanís scintillating score filled with beautiful melodies and toe-tapping tunes. The show will be fully staged and feature a gorgeous, professionally-designed set, beautiful costumes, and a professional orchestra.
We'll be back there again next year for H.M.S. Pinafore, but in the meantime don't miss your chance to see
The Pirates of Penzance under the stars on stage of the Open Air Theatre, amid the tranquil beauty of Longwood Gardens
1001 Longwood Road
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Friday, June 10 at 8:30 pm
Saturday, June 11 at 8:30 pm (Admission to the Gardens is included.) Raindates: June 12 & 13
During our performances at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, the video below was played during the overture. Since we maynot be able to project this movie at Longwood Gardens, we encourage you to watch it prior to our performances. This movie was created with the assistance of CAPA, The Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts.
Featured in this movie are: Mark Baron, Geoffrey R. Berwind (Frederic's father), Ethan M. Cadoff, Ross Druker, Patricia Enright, Paul A. Haughton, Angela Jones, Olivia Haughton (Young Mabel), Nicholas Haughton, John H. Klinges, Peter Kraynak, Jack Kraynak, (Young Frederic), Greg Kraynak, Eve Kraynak, Stanley Kraynak, Stefanie Kraynak, Thomas Kraynak, Carly Linder, Aaron Manthey, Lisa Panzer, Sharon Rose Derstine, William Scherrer, Gene Schneyer, Steve Underwood, & Bertina Whytehead