Saturday, October 21, 2017, 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM

Racine City Council Chambers
Racine City Hall
730 Washington Ave., Racine, WI 5340

This hilarious 1875 satire of the legal system is one of Gilbert & Sullivan’s earliest and most ingenious collaborations. Gilbert’s world of topsy-turvy and Sullivan’s delightful tunes are on full display. A jilted bride, a disingenuous groom, an opportunistic old judge, and a love-tainted jury, culminate in an absurd surprise ending including two celebrity walk-ons! Celebrate the 175th anniversary of Arthur Sullivan’s birth in the beautifully restored City Council Chambers.

Guest Soloists
Doug Clemens
– The Learned Judge
Nancy Anne Davis-Hart – The Plaintiff
Benjamin Horvat – Counsel for the Plaintiff
Paul Ivkovich – The Defendant
Paul Sloth – The Usher
Benjamin Taft – Foreman of the Jury.

Violins – Darlene Rivest, Ann Heide
Viola – Charlene Melzer
Cello – Michele Venturella
Piano – Randall Fischer