The classic masterpiece of one of the finest composer-lyricist teams of all time, Gilbert & Sullivan's ninth collaboration, The Mikado or The Town of Titipu, shattered every theatrical record in the late 1880s, arguably becoming history's most popular work of musical theater. It is no surprise, either -- thanks to gorgeous sets, vibrant costumes, soaring music and irresistible humor. Set in Japan, an exotic locale far away from Britain, the operetta is free to satirize British politics and institutions with abandon. In this stunning revival, the cast and orchestra of the New York Gilbert and Sullivan Theater prove themselves artistically untouchable.
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