Johnny Rabe- I Am a Pirate King (Gilbert & Sullivan)
“I Am a Pirate King” by Arthur Sullivan Baritone- Johnny Rabe Pianist- Brendon Shapiro Ithaca College Nabenhauer Recital Hall 9pm on March 19th, 2009.
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The Pirates of Penzance – I am a Pirate King – Anthony Warlow
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In Gilbert and Sullivan’s Pirates of Penzance, who would be considered the main characters? I mean, in order of importance and lines, who would be considered the major, then decreasing. I know that most lists online list the Major General first, but the plot doesn’t revolve around him. What should the list be?I completely understand (and already was aware of) your points; I also have experience in theater. At least you attempted to come off considerately, unlike many answerers on this site. Thanks for that. I know there are no ‘small parts’ and that the parts play off of each other. I was only asking in terms of lines. Perhaps I should have worded differently; my mistake.
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I mean you no offense, and you seem to be familiar, but the Q is confusing in that you have to ask?Obviously the “principles” play off of each other, even in a similar way to the Johnny Depp Pirate films, yet all support each other or it all falls apart without value or substance.It isn’t exactly like a to do list in the numbering of important tasks should come first.The notion of decreasing is also inane, again no offense meant. Even the least of cast characters is there for a purpose.Steven Wolf
I AD (Assistant Director) and Stage Managed this show once.Not to be rude.but there are no small parts in theatre, even the ones with no lines have a purpose on stage. They build relationships as their character to perform on stage and the other characters respond to that. If you want to go with “MAJOR” Characters than it would have to be:The Pirate KingFredericRuthMabelMajor GeneralBut there are no main characters, the other characters are in the show as well because they’re just as important. if they didn’t matter Arthur Sullivan and W. S. Gilbert wouldn’t have put them in the show.I’m sorry if I’m coming off “you know whatish”.It’s not my intention to come across like that. Just trying to educate.
What song should I do for my auditions? Im auditioning for the pirates of penzance and am a.* mezzo-soprano* girl* have a really strong voice* and I’m also loud while i sing I don’t know what song i should do because it’s my first audition btw the song doesn’t have to be from Pirates of Penzance
Some People – GypsyTake me Back to Manhattan – Anything GoesSee What It Gets You – Anyone Can Whistle)Every Day A Little Death – A Little Night MusicDon’t do anything from Les Mis, Wicked, Cats or Hairspray–way too overdone.
You should do a song that you know every single lyric in it because if you do a song you dont know you might get confused
Pirates means you have to skip a lot of traditional types of Broadway songs, because the styles are very different. Stay away from Wicked, Hairspray, Grease – any songs that could be found in those shows – or similar shows.Two Gilbert and Sullivan songs that are perfect are “Poor, Wandering One” from Pirates, and “I’m Called Little Buttercup” from H.M.S. Pinaforeyoutube.com/watch?v=n_Sa6JpOSUcyoutube.com/watch?v=pRwcbJYxhAc”Think of Me” from Phantom of the Opera is another selection that would fit in with the style.youtube.com/watch?v=XfTgCPUJwRkIf you want a patter type song, try “Show Me” from My Fair Lady (at the 27 second mark the song begins for her)youtube.com/watch?v=D64AJq9tPCUSeveral Rodgers and Hammerstein songs work well: “If I Loved You” (Carousel); “Hello, Young Lovers” (King and I); “People will say we’re in love” (Oklahoma); “In My Own Little Corner” (Cinderella);
Can you give me a list of every Veggie Tales movie ever made? I want to know which ones I need to see and/or buy, but I can’t seem to find a list of all the movies. So if you could help me that would be great. Thanks a lot XOXO
This is from Wikipedia. 1. “Where’s God When I’m S-Scared?” (1993): Junior learns that he doesn’t need to be afraid because God is bigger than any monster, as well as a retelling of the Bible story of Daniel and the Lion’s Den. Its theme is handling fear. 2. “God Wants Me to Forgive Them?” (1994): Bob and Larry learn what it means to forgive through parodies of The Grapes of Wrath and Gilligan’s Island. Its theme is forgiveness. 3. “Are You My Neighbor?” (1995): The Veggies learn what “loving your neighbor” really means through a Dr. Seuss-style retelling of the Biblical story of The Good Samaritan and a parody of Star Trek. Its theme is loving one’s neighbor. 4. “Rack, Shack, and Benny” (1995): A retelling of the Biblical story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego being thrown into the fiery furnace with the VeggieTales characters as workmen in a chocolate factory who stand up for what’s right. Its theme is handling peer pressure. 5. “Dave and the Giant Pickle” (1996): Starring Junior as Dave who learns that “little guys can do big things, too” in a retelling of story of David and Goliath. Its theme is self-esteem. 6. “The Toy that Saved Christmas” (1996): The veggies learn the true meaning of Christmas with the help of Grandpa George and a Buzz-Saw Louie action figure. Its theme is giving. 7. “Very Silly Songs!” (1997): A collection of Silly Songs and other songs from the first five VeggieTales episodes. Originally titled “A Very Silly Sing-Along.” 8. “Larry-Boy! And the Fib from Outer Space!” (1997): This lesson on honesty features Larry as a plunger-headed hero who must defeat a Fib that is rampaging out of control. Larry-Boy is a spoof on Batman & Spiderman. The theme is telling the truth. 9. “Josh and the Big Wall!” (1997): Larry stars as Joshua in this retelling of the Biblical story of the Battle of Jericho, highlighting the importance of obedience. The theme is obedience. 10. “Madame Blueberry” (1998): Madame Blueberry falls victim to her own greed and learns to be thankful in a parody of Madame Bovary. Its theme is thankfulness. 11. “The End of Silliness?” (1998): Larry has a nervous breakdown after he finds out that the “Silly Songs with Larry” segment of the show has been cancelled in this second Silly Songs collection. 12. “Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed” (1999): Junior Asparagus and Laura Carrot learn about the dangers of spreading rumors as Larry-Boy battles a weed besmirching Alfred’s reputation. Its theme is the power of words. 13. “King George and the Ducky” (2000): Larry stars as King George, whose obsession with rubber ducks teaches a lesson on selfishness and its impact in a retelling of the story of David and Bathsheba. Its theme is selfishness. 14. “Esther… The Girl Who Became Queen” (2000): Esther saves her family from endless tickling and learns a lesson on courage in a retelling of the Biblical story of Esther. Its theme is courage. 15. “Lyle the Kindly Viking” (2001): Junior stars as Lyle, a Viking who secretly returns his share of the loot in this parody of a Gilbert and Sullivan musical. The first segment of this lesson on sharing is a parody of Hamlet. Its theme is sharing. 16. “The Ultimate Silly Song Countdown” (2001): In the third Silly Song collection, the Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything present a compilation of the viewers’ top 10 favorite Silly Songs. 17. “Jonah Sing-Along Songs and More!” (2002): A collection of songs, mainly from Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie. 18. “The Star of Christmas” (2002): Starring Bob and Larry as Cavis and Millward, two theater proprietors whose extravagant production threatens to overwhelm Edmund’s (Junior’s) modest pageant on opening night. 19. “The Wonderful World of Auto-Tainment!” (2003): Bob and Larry imagine the future of entertainment and learn a valuable lesson in this musical collection. 20. “The Ballad of Little Joe” (2003): Larry stars as Little Joe exercising faith in the face of hardship in this retelling of the Biblical story of Joseph set in the American Old West, which is partially a parody of Bonanza and perhaps even Gunsmoke. Its theme is facing hardship. 21. “An Easter Carol” (2004): Based on the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol, this is a sequel to The Star of Christmas, climaxing in the clearest presentation of the gospel in the series. Its lessons include hope, faith, and the resurrection of Jesus. 22. “A Snoodle’s Tale” (2004): Kids learn that God made them special in an homage to Dr. Seuss and features a parody of “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”. Its theme is self-worth. 23. “Bob and Larry’s How to Draw!” (2004): Kids of all ages learn to draw with Larry and writer/director/artist Tim Hodge. 24. “Sumo of the Opera” (2004): Larry stars as the Italian Scallion, a Sumo wrestler who learns to persevere in this cross between Rocky, The Mikado, and The Karate Kid. Its theme is perseverance. 25. “Duke and the Great Pie War” (2