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Last night Joseph Papp's production of The Pirates of Penzance sailed into the Uris and yes, it is just as wonderful on Broadway in January as it is in Central Park in July. It can be even more wonderful. The chorus jumps higher; the band plays louder; The power stars are now so sure of themselves that you might think they own the city. And don't worry, they haven't forgotten about the moon that rose over the park in Act II. Thanks to lighting designer Jennifer Tipton, the Uris also has a beautiful full moon inside. The best things in life don't have to come for free.

Perhaps it seems irrational to be swept up in ecstasy by a secular Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. After all, "Pirates" is nothing more than a crew of good-natured pirates, a bunch of marriageable girls, and a platoon of cowardly boobies. Often revolving around misidentified word identities ("pirate" for "pilot," "often" for "orphan"), WS Gilbert's Dickensian plotting is the quintessential silliness, and the satirical banter of he borders on Victorian manners. american audiences. 🇧🇷

However, as Gilbert would say, it doesn't really matter. As soon as we meet Kevin Kline's Pirate King, George Rose's Major General and the young lovers played by rock stars Linda Ronstadt and Rex Smith, we are helplessly transported to an immersive fantasyland. What? Certainly much of the show's appeal has to do with the cast, the cult humor of Gilbert's script and the enchanting melodies of the Arthur Sullivan soundtrack. But the more you look at it, the more you realize that this production is so much more than the sum of its parts.

The utterly confident tone of this show (funny but not cheesy, sweet but not cloying) ties its various elements together. By rethinking, but not paraphrasing, the work of Gilbert and Sullivan in the highly charged terms of modern musical comedy, Mr. Papp and company got the best of both worlds. Indeed, for the first time since Messrs. Lerner and Loewe Shaw met halfway through "My Fair Lady," they combined civilized British wit and American show business savvy in a Broadway musical. I am the Very Model of a Modern Major General is the most unlikely Broadway show since The Rain in Spain.

Mr. Papp further spiced up his mix by entrusting this production to talents who are usually new to Broadway and ready to give the familiar razzmatazz a new look. When Wilford Leach, the director, placed a ramp in front of the band, as he did Gower Champion in Hello, Dolly!, he too found comic new uses for the ramp and band. When Graciela Daniele, the choreographer, inserts a hilarious homage to Papp's other hit Broadway musical, "A Chorus Line," into its finale, she too has filled the stage with Keystone Kop-inspired dance routines of her own intricate design and crazy. William Elliott, the show's exuberant conductor and orchestrator, gave his stringless arrangements a little Broadway ringing, but his electronic Fourth of July fireworks set these "pirates" apart from their competitors.

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The cast remains the perfect combination of veterans and wild cards. First up is Mr. Rose, an eccentric little toy soldier dressed in white who twirls a red umbrella while rhyming "too much news" with "hypotenuse." When he sneaks out in his nightgown in the moonlight of Act II, he's having so much fun that he's almost obscene. Estelle Parsons is a worthy successor to Patricia Routledge as the pirate mother Ruth. A carefree character with gray braids and glasses, she brings graceful contralto and adorable fakery to the show.

The wild cards are of course the two rock stars. Both have gained a lot of scenic sense since "Pirates" came out. Like innocent Mabel, miss. Ronstadt is a curly-haired angel whose coloring mixes raw sex with virginal pleasure in Poor Tramp. He even begins to relax and enjoy his awkward moments, especially the ones where he has to send the police into a fight to the death. A thoroughly passionate "slave to duty", Mr. Smiths Frederic is the essential straight man of the night. While he's not a pure D'Oyly Carte tenor, he does have a real big voice that mixes playfully with Elvis-esque rock vocals. Though more level-headed than before, he hasn't sacrificed any of the youthful zest that gives the show its innocent romantic center.

Mr. Kline is one of a kind from him. He has all the hallmarks of conventional leading man fame—a great voice, stunning good looks, endless charm—but he's also gifted with the grace and timing of a silent movie clown. As a pirate king, he can show all the gifts of him. He flies from the stage to the ramp in one jump; he pampers every woman without nails; He engages in sword fights with half of the choir, as well as any inanimate object that gets in his way. And then there are those perfect traps: Mr. Kline falls from high seats, only to jump in the blink of an eye, dead and insane, for even more comic punishment. One has to wonder how long the "pirates" - or whatever - will be able to hold this artist captive.

However, the staging is so strongly conceived that it does not depend solely on its protagonists. Working on a slightly modified version of the bandstand from a set he used in the park, Mr. Leach keeps the action pumping from all sides until Ms. Daniele finally threatens to riot the audience in the climactic kick-off march. initial. Introducing the cat type tread”. The sight gags and spinning motion don't stop until Mrs. Ronstadt sings her bottomless interpolated ballad of Act II's "Pinafore" ("Sorry Her Lot"). You can take this opportunity to catch your breath.

Since the Uris is larger than all the others and not as beautiful, 'Penzance' had to be slightly renovated in order to move into its new home. The changes are smart. While this homemade barn never feels intimate, Mr. Leach and Miss. Daniele takes the show as far forward as possible, even overflowing the ramp and into the front rows of the theater when necessary. The giant proscenium structure was reduced, and more comics were added to fill the remaining space. But the director and choreographer always catch physical jokes before they get out of hand.

The choral work is also more elastic than it was. Tony Azito's boisterous, four-jointed police sergeant (even his jaw seems to fly in all directions) is now perfectly imitated by his eccentric colleagues. The whirlwind and hyperventilation of the Major General's daughters is now ignited by Alexandra Korey's expert singing on "Climbing Over Rocky Mountain." The gain, while not perfect, is acceptable by today's deflated Broadway standards. The strange lyrics are lost, and Miss Ronstadt's upper register still wears an irritating layer of electronic shrillness.

But it doesn't really matter. To this day, it's unlikely that New York's fondness for The Pirates of Penzance remains just a summer crush. This is the beginning of a love story that could last for years. The Beginnings of a Love Story THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE, by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. directed by Wilford Leach; music adapted by William Elliott; directed by Mr. Elliott; Choreography Graciela Daniele; Bob Shaw and Mr. Leach, supervised by Paul Eads; lighting by Jennifer Tipton; costumes by Patricia McGourty; sound by Don Ketteler; Hair and makeup by J. Roy Helland. Presented by Joseph Papp; a New York Shakespeare Festival production. At the Uris Theatre, Broadway at West 51st Street. King of the Pirates ................................Kevin Kline Samuel ........ .. .. . .....................Stephen Hanan Frederic .................. ... .. ...Rex Smith Ruth ....................................Estelle Parsons Major . The Dying Daughters of General Stanley, Robin Boudreau, Maria Guida, Nancy Heikin and Bonnie Simmons Edith ......................... Alexandra Korey Kate ... ............................ Márcia Shaw Isabel ....... ....... .. ...................Wendy Wolfe Mabel ........ ........ Beautiful Major General by Ronstadt Stanley .........................George Rose Pirates and Police Dean Badolato, Mark Beudert, Brian Bullard, Scott Burkholder, Walter Caldwell, Tim Flavin , Ray Gill, George Kmeck, Daniel Marcus, G. Eugene Moose, Joseph Neal, Walter Niehenke, Joe Pichette, Ellis Skeeter Williams, and Michael Edwin Willson.


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What is the setting of Pirates of Penzance? ›

The Pirates of Penzance is set during the reign of Queen Victoria. Act I of the operetta occurs on a rocky seashore on the coast of Cornwall, England. Act II is set in a ruined chapel by moonlight.

Where was The Pirates of Penzance filmed? ›

The Pirates of Penzance (1980) was taped live at the Delacorte Theater in New York City's Central Park, and debuted, like the 1980 park stage production season, in the Centenary year of the famed Gilbert and Sullivan (Sir W.S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan) comic opera.

Where was Pirates of Penzance first performed? ›

When did The Pirates of Penzance open on Broadway? ›

The highly acclaimed production was directed by Wilford Leach, and starred Kevin Kline as the Pirate King. The Public Theater version transferred to Broadway, opening at the Uris Theatre on August 8, 1981.

Is Pirates of Penzance set in Cornwall? ›

Gilbert and Sullivan's 'The Pirates of Penzance' premiered in December 1879, and remains one of the most popular in the English language. Set in Cornwall in Victorian times, it tells the adventures of the love-struck Frederic, who is indentured to a group of comically useless and tender-hearted pirates.

Is Penzance a real place? ›

Penzance (/pɛnˈzæns/ pen-ZANSS; Cornish: Pennsans) is a town, civil parish and port in the Penwith district of Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is the most westerly major town in Cornwall and is about 64 miles (103 km) west-southwest of Plymouth and 255 miles (410 km) west-southwest of London.

What was filmed in Penzance? ›

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Were there real pirates in Penzance? ›

While Penzance was indeed a respectable town in the years the opera was performed, just 100 years before the show was created, the famous Cornish town was inhabited with real-life pirates. It was a difficult time for the people of Penzance who were affected by what was called Barbary Piracy.

Where is the Cornish Pirates home ground? ›

The Cornish Pirates play in the RFU English Championship – the second tier of English Rugby and The Championship Cup. Our Home ground is The Mennaye Field on Alexandra Road, Penzance and we play as the First XV of Penzance & Newlyn Rugby Football Club which was founded in 1945.

What happened to the horse Prince of Penzance? ›


The win was immortalised in the 2015 film Ride Like a Girl. The horse now resides at Living Legends where it's predictably popular with the public.

Why is Penzance famous? ›

Discover Penzance

Famous for its pirates, well the singing variety anyway, Penzance is a historic port on the south facing shores of Mount's Bay and has one of the mildest climates in the UK.

Which pirates was filmed in Hawaii? ›

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

The huge Disney hit starring Johnny Depp in his iconic role of Captain Jack Sparrow was filmed on locations on Kaua'i and O'ahu.

What was playing on Broadway 1981? ›

View All the Shows that Opened on Broadway in 1981
  • A Reel American Hero -
  • A Talent for Murder - 10/1/81.
  • A Taste of Honey - 6/24/81.
  • Aaah Oui Genty! - 4/9/81.
  • America - 3/13/81.
  • An Evening With Dave Allen - 9/20/81.
  • Bring Back Birdie - 3/5/81.
  • Broadway Follies - 3/15/81.

What is the longest running show on Broadway When did it open? ›

The Phantom of the Opera

The longest-running show in Broadway history officially opened on January 26, 1988 and is still playing at the Majestic The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical won 7 1988 Tony Awards® including Best Musical.

When was Pirates of Penzance first performed? ›

Where was pirates located in UK? ›

The Cornish Coast, England

Due to its relatively isolated location, England's southwest coast was a key area of attack for Barbary pirates, and thousands of people were taken from the region, particularly from Cornwall.

Why are pirates from Cornwall? ›

Yes, Cornwall is known for pirates. In the early 18th century, Cornwall was home to a number of famous pirates, including Blackbeard, Calico Jack, and Anne Bonny. These pirates often operated out of the port of Bristol, which was just a short distance from Cornwall.

What series is filmed in Cornwall? ›

The tv show Poldark is filmed in Cornwall. The show is set in the 18th century and follows the life of Ross Poldark. Among the films and TV shows made in Cornwall are Enid Blyton, Doc Martin, and Ross Poldark. For more than 20 years, a German production company known as FFP New Media has been based in Cornwall.

What is the oldest building in Penzance? ›

The Regent Hotel – One of the oldest buildings in Penzance, originally a Temperance Hotel and staging post. The Union Hotel – at the Town end of Chapel Street is where early news about the Battle of Trafalgar and the Death of Admiral Nelson was announced.

Does anyone still speak Cornish? ›

The language has a growing number of second language speakers, and a very small number of families now raise children to speak revived Cornish as a first language.

What is the oldest pub in Cornwall? ›

The Old Inn, St Breward 11th Century

Quite possibly Cornwall's Oldest Pub, the aptly-named Old Inn in St Breward has roots winding all the way back to the 11th Century. Welcoming tradesmen and weary travellers for a millennium, it's hard not to be blown away by the amount of history contained within its walls.

Which is nicer St Ives or Penzance? ›

Penzance is one of the best places to stay without a car. With its good public transportation, you can take ferry to the Isles of Scilly, and the train journey to St Ives which is very picturesque. St Ives is the prettier than Penzance, but Penzance is better for transport links, both rail and bus.

Was Poldark filmed in Penzance? ›

Location: Penberth Cove

Just 7 miles southwest of Penzance, Penberth Cove is a charming fishing hamlet comprising just a few stone cottages, a stream with stepping stones for crossing, and a cobbled slipway leading to the water.

Why is Harry Styles in Penzance? ›

Harry visited the Penzance's Artist Residence, an eccentric boutique hotel in the seas-side town, during his winter getaway. A source told The Sun: "Harry loves Cornwall and thinks it's beautiful. He likes how rugged the landscape is and enjoys connecting with nature.

Did real pirates walk the plank? ›

The blindfolded captive, prodded at cutlass-point out onto a narrow beam dangling over the sea, has been as much a part of pirate lore as the buccaneer snarling “Argh!” However, there is no proof that swashbucklers ever made their enemies and victims walk the plank.

Who was the most notorious pirate to ever live? ›

Perhaps the most famous pirate of all time, Blackbeard definitely lived up to his fearsome reputation. He was said to enter into every battle with a bevy of weapons including knives, pistols and two swords. At his most powerful, he had four ships in his fleet and 300 loyal pirates to man them.

Are pirates Scottish or Irish? ›

But not all pirates were from there. Anne Bonny, one of the few female pirates, was Irish, William Kidd was Scottish, and Bartholomew Roberts was Welsh. Pirates came from all over, many from North Africa, the Caribbean, and Europe too. So it's unlikely all, if at all many, pirates had West Country accents.

What is the oldest village in Cornwall? ›

History of Chysauster Ancient Village

This Romano-British settlement was originally occupied almost 2,000 years ago and is one of the finest examples of such in the country. The village was made up of of stone-walled homesteads known as 'courtyard houses', found only on the Land's End peninsula and the Isles of Scilly.

Why is there so much granite in Cornwall? ›

Again, granite plays a part, as West Cornwall's mineral-rich earth was created by the intrusion of granite into sedimentary rock. Tin added to molten copper produces the bronze alloy – so you can imagine the importance of Cornwall's geology to early British civilisations.

Why does Cornwall have so much granite? ›

Then 250 million years of weathering and erosion began, frost, wind and water breaking down and wearing away the softer sedimentary rock covering, and exposing the up-thrust hard igneous intrusions which in cooling had formed the granites. Today Cornwall shows the eaten-away core of the Cornubian massif.

What happened Leah Kilner's horse? ›

Stella Turn was euthanised after the race and Kilner went into a coma at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane. But this week, Kilner walked out of hospital after being released. Now, after flirting with death, she has shared her journey so far since the awful incident.

Which horse was kidnapped in 1981 and never found? ›

Shergar, a beloved thoroughbred racehorse worth over $15 million, was kidnapped from his stable in County Kildare by a gang of machine gun-wielding men in balaclavas. After failed attempts to demand money for the stallion, gentle Shergar was brutally killed and his body was never found.

How many times did Michelle Payne ride Prince Of Penzance? ›

Payne has ridden Prince Of Penzance — 100-1 winner of the Melbourne Cup last year — in 24 of 25 starts.

What is the nickname for Cornwall? ›

CarmarthenshireCarms / Sir Gar
ClackmannanshireThe Wee County
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What percentage of Cornwall is white? ›

And, 74.4% of the total population in identified their ethnic group as white English, Welsh, Scottish, Northern Irish or British in the recent survey – down from 80.5% a decade prior. About 97% identified as white in Cornwall with 94% identified as White English, Welsh, Scottish, Northern Irish or British.

What is the meaning of The Pirates of Penzance? ›

/ðə ˌpaɪrəts əv penˈzæns/ /ðə ˌpaɪrəts əv penˈzæns/ ​a comic opera (1880) by W S Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, one of their Savoy Operas. It is about a group of pirates who are all in fact of noble birth and a group of policemen who are not very brave.

Which pirates was filmed in St. Lucia? ›

Pirates of the Caribbean

Jack Sparrow's pillaging escapades took center stage in St. Lucia during filming for the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie, The Curse of the Black Pearl.

What beach did they film Pirates of the Caribbean? ›

Grand Bahama is where ocean-bound scenes in the film where filmed In Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead mans chest. The northernmost island of the Bahamas, Grand Bahama is famous for its vibrant atmosphere. Johnny Depp enjoyed the area so much that he bought his own island nearby after the film was released.

Where was pirates dead man's chest filmed? ›

Filming took place from February to September 2005 in Palos Verdes, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica, and The Bahamas, as well as on sets constructed at Walt Disney Studios. It was shot back-to-back with the third film of the series, At World's End (2007).

What was the most played song in 1981? ›

Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1981
1"Bette Davis Eyes"Kim Carnes
2"Endless Love"Diana Ross & Lionel Richie
3"Lady"Kenny Rogers
4"(Just Like) Starting Over"John Lennon
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What musicals came out in 1981? ›

Pages in category "1981 musicals"
  • Cats (musical)
  • Chorus Girls (musical)
  • Copperfield (musical)
  • Cotton Patch Gospel.

What was launched in 1981 music? ›

On August 1, 1981, MTV: Music Television goes on the air for the first time ever, with the words (spoken by one of MTV's creators, John Lack): “Ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll.” The Buggles' “Video Killed the Radio Star” was the first music video to air on the new cable television channel, which initially was ...

What is the best Broadway musical of all time? ›

What are the best stage musicals of all time?
  • My Fair Lady (1956)
  • The Sound of Music (1959)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar (1971)
  • Chicago (1975)
  • Sweeney Todd – The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1979)
  • Les Miserables (1985)
  • Phantom of the Opera (1986)
  • Rent (1996)
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What is the most famous Broadway show of all time? ›

The Lion King is the highest-grossing Broadway show of all time. Since its opening on Nov. 13, 1997, The Lion King has earned $1,539,318,552 and counting. The average ticket price is $104.29, and the top ticket price is $251.25.

What is the number 1 show on Broadway? ›

RankTitleOpening date
1The Phantom of the OperaJanuary 26, 1988
2Chicago (1996 revival)November 14, 1996
3The Lion KingNovember 13, 1997
4CatsOctober 7, 1982
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How long was Pirates of Penzance on Broadway? ›

Kevin Kline won the 1981 Tony Award (New York City) for Best Actor in a Musical for "The Pirates of Penzance" Broadway 1981 to 1982 production and re-created his role in this cinema movie. It was Kline's second Tony Award after having won one for "On the Twentieth Century".

Is The Pirates of Penzance Based on a true story? ›

Many of us will know that The Pirates of Penzance is a story that was actually based on real pirates- based in the heart of Cornwall.

Where are Cornish Pirates based? ›

The Cornish Pirates play in the RFU English Championship – the second tier of English Rugby and The Championship Cup. Our Home ground is The Mennaye Field on Alexandra Road, Penzance and we play as the First XV of Penzance & Newlyn Rugby Football Club which was founded in 1945.

Where was the town in Pirates of the Caribbean filmed? ›

St Vincent in the Grenadines, part of the Windward Islands in the south Caribbean, was the production base in the southern Caribbean. The harbour of 'Port Royal' was built at Wallilabou Bay on St Vincent (the dock and a facade have been left), and the small town set (which has now gone) at Chateaubelair.

Who is the main character in Pirates of Penzance? ›

The Pirates of Penzance

What year does Pirates of the Caribbean take place? ›

When making Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), the scriptwriters revealed that they placed the story in a thirty-year environment set loosely between 1720 and 1750.

Is Cornish Irish or English? ›

The Cornish people, who shared the Brythonic language with the Welsh and Bretons across the sea, were referred to in the Old English language as the "Westwalas" meaning West Welsh.
Cornish people.
Total population
United States1,000,000 – 2,500,000
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What was the common nickname for the Cornish immigrants? ›

From at least the mid-nineteenth century, these emigrants were known as 'Cousin Jacks', but the origin of this term seems rather obscure.

What was Cornwall called in Viking times? ›

“Dumnonia” was the Latin name for the region and Cornweal (which became Cornwall) is the name by which the Anglo-Saxons called them. At least until the mid-8th century, the rulers of Dumnonia were probably also the rulers of what we now think of as Cornwall.

What island was Jack Sparrow marooned on? ›

Rum-runner's Isle is a small island where Jack Sparrow was left stranded prior to the events of The Curse of the Black Pearl. Before the events of the first film, Barbossa leads a mutiny against Jack and strands him on this unnamed island.

Where was the crab scene filmed in Pirates of the Caribbean? ›

The sand dunes, over which the army of crabs carries the stranded Black Pearl to the shore, are the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes, on the Central Coast of California, in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties.

Where was the beach scene in Pirates of the Caribbean? ›

The beach where Norrington, Sparrow and Turner duel in Dead Man's Chest was filmed near Little Exuma in the Bahamas. In At World's End, the sandy spit where the pirates meet the East India company for a parlay is White Cay in the Exumas.

Why do pirates have a Cornish accent? ›

Why do fictional pirates always speak in this accent? Here's the standard explanation: During the Golden Age of Piracy, in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, many English pirates came from this region. Look up famous seadogs from the era, and you'll find birthplaces in Bristol, Devon, and Cornwall.

What is the Pirate King's name? ›

Gol D. Roger, more commonly known as Gold Roger, was a legendary pirate who, as captain of the Roger Pirates, held the title of Pirate King and owned the legendary treasure known as One Piece.

Why did Disney Close Pirates of the Caribbean? ›

One reason the ride seemingly closed was for park officials to rework the area around it for better crowd flow around the attraction, which frequently creates bottlenecks outside the gates. The posted wait times for the return of Pirates of the Caribbean at #Disneyland today…

What is Jack Sparrow's real name? ›

Was John Ward the real Captain Jack Sparrow? John Ward was the inspiration for the character of Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean films. Ward's nickname was 'Sparrow' and he was known for his flamboyant style – much like the Hollywood icon.

How old is Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean? ›

Jack Sparrow is between 38 and 39 at the beginning of the Pirates of the Caribbean, which was relatively close to actor Johnny Depp's actual age at the time. Between The Curse of the Black Pearl and Dead Man's Chest, Sparrow aged only a year, putting the best or worst pirate you've ever seen at an even 40 years old.


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