Pippin

Spring 2018

Next Onstage

We are currently in “Intermission” with our shows in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thanks for your patience and support during this unprecedented time.

YouTHeatre Guys & Dolls – Fall 2013

YouTHeatre rocked the Gates Hall stage during its Fall 2013 production of Guys and Dolls directed by Susan DeVries and Barb Hunn.  

Little Women – Spring 2013

Little Women was a heart felt musical directed by Lois Fiegl.  The cast was filled with an abundance of local talent who put on a wonderful show enjoyed by all!  Thanks to all who made this a remark[Read more]

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Iolanthe – July 2015

The Gatesinger Company, LTD. is proud to announce that the Next Show Onstage is: 

Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe

 

 

Iolanthe picPerformance Dates & Times:

Friday July 17, 2015 at 8:00 pm

Saturday July 18, 2015 at 8:00 pm

Sunday July 19, 2015 at 3:00 pm

Cast List

Tickets go on sale June 12th!.

Go to Box Office to Purchase Tickets.

 

Show Location:

The Gatesinger Company, Ltd. performs at historic Gates Hall
4107 Lake Road, Pultneyville

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Plot Summary:


Both Gilbert and Sullivan were at the height of their creative powers in 1882, and many people feel that Iolanthe, their seventh work together, is the most perfect of their collaborations.  Strephon, an Arcadian shepherd, wants to marry Phyllis, a Ward of Chancery. Phyllis does not know that Strephon is half fairy (his upper half — his legs are mortal!) and when she sees Strephon kissing a seemingly young woman, she assumes the worst. But her “rival” turns out to be none other than Strephon’s own mother, Iolanthe, a fairy — fairies never grow old.  But Phyllis’ guardian, the Lord Chancellor, and half the peers in the House of Lords are sighing after her. Soon the peers and the fairies are virtually at war, and long friendships are nearly torn asunder. But all is happily sorted out, thanks to the “subtleties of the legal mind”.