Pirates in Mount Pleasant?

  • Thursday, March 21, 2013

Pirates will once again be seen in Mount Pleasant when Moultrie Middle School presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance,” Tuesday March 26 and Wednesday March 27 at 7 p.m. 

The show is a rollicking bit of musical fun with maidens, pirates and police all bound by a comedic sense of duty. The story follows Frederick, who having been mistakenly indentured to a band of incompetent pirates, tries to return to the civilian world of responsibility — and maidens. This production includes versions of the classic songs: “Modern Major General” and “I Am A Pirate King.” Tickets are $5 and will be available to purchase at the door. 

The cast includes Evan Haithcock as Frederick, Will Basco as the Pirate King, Anna Shirley as Ruth, Claire Marosok as Mabel, Spencer Margosian as the Major General, MacKenzie Fowler as Samuel and Will Kerr as the Sergeant of Police.

The maidens are played by: Reese Alspector, Alison Asby, Emmeline Basco, Meghan Beckham, Meredith Boensch, Rebecca Boensch, Kendall Branton, Meagan Caraway, Lucy Davis, Zoe DeLuca-Parker, Emma Katherine Grech, Leah McDonald, Reilly Grace Marshall, Morgan Miller, Jayla Moss, Morgan Rodriguez, Eleanor Ross, Emily Scruggs, Bailey Vanderveen, Amelia Walker, Greyson Webb and Eleanor Whitsett.

The Pirate Crew is played by: Thomas Avant, Hayden Bogan, Briana Fabian, Max Fortier, Madison Frank, Josh Kramer, Caylee McConnell, Alliyah Nesbitt, Olivia Ollis, Lilly Verbsky and Grace Wilder.

The police are played by: Eva Benefield, Ford Fraipont, Andrew Inman, Paige Marcum, Carolyn Prickett, Jack Rhodes, John Robinson, Noelle Shortreed, Meg Turman and Ben Williams.

The production is directed by Angelia Grech and Terri Goss with sets designed and built by Claire Teuber and painted by Melanie Frank. 

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