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Two performances of Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta "Iolanthe" will open on Thursday evening, May 30, 2019. Gilbert and Sullivan's operettas are long-time favorites of Amore's audiences; in the past recent years, Amore Opera has presented children's productions of Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Penzance" both in 2013 and 2018, as well as Gilbert and Sullivan's "H.M.S. Pinafore" in 2015. The production of "Iolanthe" will be directed by Nathan Hull and conducted by Iris Karlin. The rotating cast includes, in the role of Phillis: Nicolette Bett; in the role of Iolanthe: Julia Mechner, and Gia Cellucci; in the role of The Fairy Queen: Liora Shuf; in the role of Strephon: Michael Coppola; in the role of Lord Chancellor: Robert Dakwar, and Andrew Thibeault; in the role of Lord Tolloller: Aaron Adlam Ferguson, and Tamrat Gavenas; in the role of Lord MountArarat : Nathaniel (Nate) White; and in the role of Private Willis: Andrew Thibeault, and Bruno Amaro. The schedule of performances for "Iolanthe" is as follows: Thursday evening, May 30, 2019, 7:00 pm; and Saturday morning, June 1, 11:00 am. For tickets at $45 adults; $35 seniors/students/children under 12; $35 - $25 partial view; please visit www.amoreopera.org or call 1 866-811-4111.
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