Harold A. Kanthor Collection of Gilbert and Sullivan

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Harold A. Kanthor Collection of Gilbert and Sullivan
Creator:
Call Number: D.486
Dates: 1870-2020
Physical Description: 10 Linear Feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Arrangement
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Accruals
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Content List
Illustrated dance arrangements
Trial by Jury
The Sorcerer
H.M.S. Pinafore
The Pirates of Penzance
Patience
Iolanthe
Princess Ida
The Mikado
Ruddigore
The Yeoman of the Guard
The Gondoliers
Utopia, Limited
The Grand Duke
Arrangements based on Sullivan's music
Arrangements based on Gilbert's writings
Additional dance arrangements
Posters
Thespis
Trial by Jury
Productions
The Sorcerer
Productions
H.M.S. Pinafore
Productions
Adaptations
The Pirates of Penzance
Productions
Adaptations
Films
Patience
Productions
Adaptations
Iolanthe
Productions
Adaptations
Princess Ida
Productions
The Mikado
Productions
The Yeomen of the Guard
Productions
Adaptations
The Gondoliers
Productions
Adaptations
Utopia, Limited
Productions
The Grand Duke
Productions
D'Oyly Carte Company
Productions by Sullivan without Gilbert
Productions by Gilbert without Sullivan
Additional films relating to Gilbert and Sullivan
Miscellaneous
Photographs
Trial by Jury
Sorcerer
H.M.S. Pinafore
Pirates of Penzance
Patience
Iolanthe
Princess Ida
The Mikado
Ruddigore
Yeoman of the Guard
The Gondoliers
Utopia, Limited
The Grand Duke
Personalities
Events
Film productions unrelated to an opera
Productions by Gilbert without Sullivan
Productions by Sullivan without Gilbert
Original costume designs
Sheet music
Ephemera from films
Collection Overview
Title: Harold A. Kanthor Collection of Gilbert and Sullivan
Call Number: D.486
Dates: 1870-2020
Physical Description: 10 Linear Feet
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
The fourteen comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan were originally produced between 1871 and 1896 in London. They were immediately successful throughout England and were equally popular in America and throughout the English speaking world. They are considered masterpieces of the Victorian age and are still performed regularly and widely appreciated. In this country, the best known of their works are The Mikado, H.M.S. Pinafore and The Pirates of Penzance.

By the time Gilbert and Sullivan first collaborated, each was already well known to the British public. W.S. Gilbert (1836-1911) was known as a writer and artist for comic periodicals, and his early theatrical pieces were successes. He was the pre-eminent dramatist of the 1870's at the same time he began his collaboration with Sullivan. Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900) was already a well-known musician by the time he met Gilbert. His musical gifts were established early, and he had already composed popular drawing room songs as well as religious anthems, orchestral compositions and choral music.

The collaboration of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan was made possible by their third "partner," manager and impresario Richard D'Oyly Carte 1844-1900), who brought them together in 1875 and contracted with them to write their comic operas until their final work together in 1896. Carte set high production standards and, in 1881, he built the Savoy Theatre in London expressly for their operas. The Savoy would henceforth be associated with Gilbert and Sullivan and their operas would be known as the Savoy Operas. D'Oyly Carte's Opera Company continued to regularly perform these works until 1982. The D'Oyly Carte productions were considered traditional as they carried on much of the original staging as directed by Gilbert. Gilbert and Sullivan operas remained under copyright until 1961. Since that year, directors have adapted their work in more innovative and conceptual productions.

Scope and Content
The posters in the Harold A. Kanthor Collection of Gilbert and Sullivan are a diverse group representing advertisements for specific productions or theatrical companies. They provide a varied range of graphic design as well as a historical context for understanding the theatrical evolution of Gilbert and Sullivan productions. The posters are subdivided by specific operas, with three categories repeated throughout each opera designation: Production, Adaptation, and Film. Within each designation, posters are described in chronological order. Posters for specific operas are followed by posters generically produced for the D'Oyly Carte Company, posters for non-theatrical advertising, posters for films not produced for specific operas, and posters for other types of productions or events.

Arrangement
The posters are arranged in numerical order using a unique identifier.

Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Harold Kanthor M.D. beginning in 2014.Accruals
Accruals are expected for this collection.Access
The Harold A. Kanthor Collection of Gilbert and Sullivan is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], Harold A. Kanthor Collection of Gilbert and Sullivan, D.486, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
The following description provides details of the remaining material in the Harold A. Kanthor Collection of Gilbert and Sullivan. This material is currently being held by Dr. Kanthor, however, arrangements may be made to use these items in the Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation. Please contact the department for further information.

This comprehensive collection consists of material relating to W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; their collaboration which produced fourteen comic operas (1871-1896); D'Oyly Carte's Opera Company which initially produced them and continued to do so until 1982; and contemporary artists and personalities. The collection has its focus in nineteenth century material, and documents the varied artistic endeavors of both Gilbert and Sullivan, the literary and musical significance of their collaboration, and the social phenomenon engendered by the popularity of these productions.





Some highlights of the collection include:

- First and early editions of the British librettos documenting Gilbert's characteristic changes to text and lyrics.

- Programs and souvenirs from the original productions of all fourteen Gilbert and Sullivan operas (1871-1896).

- A collection of nineteenth century American librettos containing additional early variants of Gilbert's lyrics and texts.

- Early programs documenting the popularity of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas in America, including an extensive archive of H.M.S. Pinafore material from Boston 1878-1879.

- Early acting editions, librettos, programs and periodicals documenting Gilbert's career as writer and illustrator of prose and verse and his stature as the pre-eminent British dramatist of his day. An extensive run of Fun (London) 1861-1876 containing his early contributions. A comprehensive collection of his published works.

- A collection of vocal scores of the operas and early sheet music including Sullivan's popular songs and anthems. Dance arrangements of music from the Gilbert and Sullivan operas with color lithographed covers.

- Autograph and manuscript material of both Gilbert and Sullivan, including Sullivan's musical manuscript setting of a song by Benjamin Disraeli. Published works with ownership or presentation inscriptions, including a presentation copy from Gilbert to his wife, and acting editions with the ownership signature of Gilbert's mother.

- Librettos, programs, and additional material relating to comic operas written by other composers and librettists for D'Oyly Carte's Opera Company.

- A complete run of The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal of Satire (London, 1867-70) with entries relating to early separate works by Gilbert and Sullivan. A complete run of Good Words for the Young (London, 1868-72) containing Gilbert's illustrations for his father's serialized fantasy, King George's Middy. An extensive run of The Era Almanack and Annual (London, 1870-1900) containing contributions by Gilbert as well as other contemporary theatrical figures.

- A collection of 47 signed watercolor designs by Atillio Comelli for the original production of Sullivan's comic opera The Chieftain at the Savoy Theatre, London, 1894.

- A large archive of correspondence between Victorian entertainer Corney Grain and his theatrical and musical contemporaries, which includes autograph letters from W.S. Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan and their circle.

- Several hundred books and pamphlets including historical and critical studies, biographical, bibliographic and other reference material, and a collection of books about the operas written for children.

- Nineteenth century advertising material documenting the phenomenal popularity of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas in America, including more than 250 chromolithographed advertising trade cards, as well as other mass-produced items and printed ephemera.

- A large collection of over 400 illustrated pages from nineteenth century periodicals relating to Gilbert, Sullivan, D'Oyly Carte, and the operas.

- Photographic material, including hundreds of nineteenth century cabinet photographs and cartes de visite, and early twentieth century postcards with portraits of principals of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.

- Nineteenth and twentieth century posters and other ephemera designed for specific productions.

- A collection of twentieth century periodicals published to provide news and scholarly material for the Gilbert and Sullivan community.

- Detailed research notes on items in the collection; correspondence with other collectors and scholars; source books and scrap books; photocopies of scholarly articles.


Administrative Information
Author: Harold A. Kanthor
Publisher: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
Address:
Rush Rhees Library
Second Floor, Room 225
Rochester, NY 14627-0055
rarebks@library.rochester.edu
URL:

Finding aid publication date: 2017
Content List
Illustrated dance arrangements
The popularity of late nineteenth century comic operas in Great Britain fostered the publication of songs and muscial arrangements for home piano entertainment. For each of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas (with the exception of Thespis), dance arrangements with illustrated covers were published by the London firm of Chappell & Co. Arrangements typically included a waltz, a polka, a quadrille, and lancers. Occasionally, a galop would also be published. The illustrated covers would typically be in color, with more impressive chromolithography used for the earlier operas, and fewer colors used after those published for Patience. Each arrangement would include the name of the arranger, a plate number and the name of the illustrator or lithographer. Chappell and other music publishers issued similar dance arrangements for other popular comic operas including those by Sullivan and Gilbert working with other collaborators. Additional music with illustrated covers may be found in the sheet music series in the finding aid.

Trial by Jury
Lancers, undated [ca.1876]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by T.W. Lee. Plate no. 16072.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [ca. 1876]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. One-color lithographed cover. Printer: J.W. Pearman & Co. Plate no. 16129.
1 Item(s) total

The Sorcerer
Lancers, undated [ca. 1878]
Arranger: Charles D;Albert. London: Metzler & Co./Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. M 4868.
1 Item(s) total

Quadrille, undated [ca. 1878]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Metzler & Co./ Chappell & Co. 7 pp. Color lithographed cover printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. M 4869.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [ca. 1878]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Metzler & Co./ Chappell & Co. 8 pp. Color lithographed cover printed by M&N Hanhart. Plate no. M 5011
1 Item(s) total

H.M.S. Pinafore
Quadrille, undated [ca. 1878]
Arranger: Charles Godfrey. London: Metzler & Co. 7 pp. Color lithographed cover printed by Hanhart. Plate no. M 4931. Additional 2 pp. music written for cornet inserted.
1 Item(s) total

The Pirates of Penzance
Lancers, undated [ca.1880]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 7 pp. Color lithographed cover by Alfred Concanen. Printed by Stannard & Son. Plate no. 17065.
1 Item(s) total

Quadrille, undated [ca. 1880]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 8 pp. Color lithographed cover by "G.R." Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 17074.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [ca 1880]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover portrait identified as Marion Hood after a photograph by the London Stereographic Co. Printed by Stannard & So. Plate no. 17090.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz (variant cover), undated [ca. 1880]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Sepia lithographed cover. Three-quarter length pose of Marion Hood after a photograph by London Stereoscopic Co.
1 Item(s) total

Patience
Lancers, undated [1881]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 7 pp. Color lithographed cover. Plate no. 17183.
1 Item(s) total

Polka, undated [1881]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. Loncon: Chappell & Co. 1 p. Cover only. Printed by Hanhart Lith.
1 Item(s) total

Quadrille, undated [1881]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 8 pp. Color lithographed cover printed by Hanhart. Plate no. 17181.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [1881]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 10 pp. Color lithographed cover printed by Hanhart. Plate no. 17192.
1 Item(s) total

Iolanthe
Lancers, undated [ca. 1883]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Lithographed cover by "G.R." Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 17647.
1 Item(s) total

Quadrille, undated [ca. 1883]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Lithographed cover by "G.R." Printed by M & N Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 17650.
1 Item(s) total

Polka, undated [ca. 1883]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 1 p. Lithographed cover only.
1 Item(s) total

Princess Ida
Lancers, undated [ca. 1884]
Arranger: Charles Coote. London: Chappel & Co. 11 pp. Lithographed cover by "Gr". Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 17891.
1 Item(s) total

Quadrille, undated [ca. 1884]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 7 pp. Lithographed cover by "GR." Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 17888.
1 Item(s) total

Valse, undated [ca. 1884]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 7 pp. Lithographed cover by "GR." Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 17887.
1 Item(s) total

The Mikado
Lancers, undated [ca. 1885]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by "GR." Printed by Hanhart. Plate no. 18048.
1 Item(s) total

Quadrille, undated [ca. 1885]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 7 pp. Color lithographed cover by "GR." Printed by Hanhart. Plate no. 18051.
1 Item(s) total

Polka, undated [ca. 1885]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 5 pp. Color lithographed cover by "GR. Printed by Stannard & Son. Plate no. 18041.
1 Item(s) total

Valse, undated [ca. 1885]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by "GR." Printed by Hanhart & Son. Plate no. 18046.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz (New York), undated [ca. 1885]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. New York: T.B. Harms. 10 pp. Lithographed cover.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz (New Orleans), undated [ca. 1885]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. No printer listed. 9 pp. Lithographed cover by M.F. Dunn & Bro. "X.L.C.R. Edition." Probable pirated edition.
1 Item(s) total

Lancers (New York), 1885
Arranger: George Weigand. New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co. Lithorgraphed cover by F. Ramsden. 7 pp. Plate no. 11535. Cover titled "Dance Music from Mikado."
1 Item(s) total

Mikado Keringo (Budapest), undated [ca. 1900]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. Budapest: Rozsavolgyi es Tarsa. 11 pp. Engraved cover by Jos. Eberle, Wien. Plate no. C.66.
1 Item(s) total

Walzer (Vienna), undated [ca. 1886]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. Vienna: Jos. Weinberger & Hofbauer. 11 pp. Pictoral cover. Plate no. Z.&K. 6.
1 Item(s) total

The Mikado Waltz (Haarlem), undated [ca. 1886]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. Haarlem: Kasteel & Co. 9 pp. Gilt decorated cover. Plate no. K.608.
1 Item(s) total

Ruddigore
Lancers, undated [ca. 1887]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 11 pp. Lithographed cover. Plate no. 18329.
1 Item(s) total

Quadrille, undated [ca. 1887]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 5 pp. Color lithographed cover by "G.R." Plate no. 18333.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [ca. 1887]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by "H.B." Printed by Hanhart. Plate no. 18330.
1 Item(s) total

The Yeoman of the Guard
Lancers, undated [ca. 1888]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 1 p. Cover only. Lithographed cover by "H.B."
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [ca. 1888]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Lithographed cover by "H.B." Printed by Hanhart. Plate no. 18611.
1 Item(s) total

Quadrille, undated [ca. 1888]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 1 p. Cover only. Color lithographed cover by Hugh Concanen. Printed by Stannard & Son.
1 Item(s) total

The Gondoliers
Lancers, undated [ca. 1890]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 11 pp. Lithographed cover by Stannard & Son. Plate no. 18862.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [ca. 1890]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 13 pp. Color lithographed cover. Printed by Hanhart. Plate no. 18861
1 Item(s) total

Utopia, Limited
Lancers, undated [ca. 1893]
Arranger: F.R. Kinkee. London: Chappell & Co. 7 pp. Lithographed cover. Printed by Hanhart. Lith. Plate no. 19565.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [ca. 1893]
Arranger: Paul Dupret. London: Chappell & Co. 7 pp. Color lithographed cover. Plate no. 19853.
1 Item(s) total

The Grand Duke
Lancers, undated [ca. 1896]
Arranger: Warwick Williams. London: Chappell & Co. 8 pp. Lithographed cover. Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 20095.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [ca. 1896]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 11 pp. Lithographed cover. Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 20103.
1 Item(s) total

Arrangements based on Sullivan's music
Haddon Hall Lancers, undated [ca. 1892]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 13 pp. Color lithographed cover. Plate no. 19,368.
1 Item(s) total

The Rose of Persia Lancers, undated [ca. 1900]
Arranger: Warwick Williams. London: Chappell & Co./Hopwood & Crew Ltd. Color lithographed cover by W. George. Printed by H.G.Banks Lith. Plate no. 20,918.
1 Item(s) total

Victoria and Merrie England Lancers, undated [ca.1897]
Arranger: Charles Godfrey. London: Metzler & Co. (Limited). 10 pp. Color lithographed cover by W. George. Printed b Hanhart Lith. Plate no. M.7974
1 Item(s) total

Sweethearts Waltz, undated [ca 1876]
"On Arthur Sullivan's Popular Song." Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by T.W. Lee. Printed by J.W. Pearman & Co. Plate no. 15998.
1 Item(s) total

Sweethearts Waltz (variant design A), undated [ca. 1876]
"On Arthur Sullivan's Popular Song." Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by T.W. Lee. Printed by J.W. Pearman & Co. Plate no. 15998.
1 Item(s) total

Sweethearts Waltz (variant design B), 1
"On Arthur Sullian's Popular Song." Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by T.W. Lee. Printed by M&N Hanhart. Plated no. 15998.
1 Item(s) total

The Distant Shore Waltz, undated [ca. 1878]
"On Arthur Sullivan's Popular Song." Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 8 pp. Color lithographed cover by T.W. Lee. Plate no. 16466.
1 Item(s) total

Arrangements based on Gilbert's writings
Pygamalion Waltzes (Denver), 1893
Arranger: M. Herndon Coloney. Denver: Denver Music Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover of Mary Anderson as Galatea in W.S. Gilbert's Pygmalion and Galatea.
1 Item(s) total

The Mountebanks
Polka, undated [ca. 1892]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 5 pp. Color lithographed cover. Printed by Hanhart. Plate no. 19244.
1 Item(s) total

Quadrilles, undated [ca. 1892]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 1 p. Cover only. Color lithographed cover by "G.R." Printed by W.T. Stannard.
1 Item(s) total

Waltz, undated [ca. 1892]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover. Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 19232.
1 Item(s) total

Additional dance arrangements
La Fille de Madame Angot Quadrille, undated [ca. 1874]
Arranger: Charles D'Albert. London: Chappell & Co. 13 pp. Color lithographed cover by [Alfred] Concanen. Printed by Raphael Thomson. Plate no. 15607
1 Item(s) total

La Fille du Madame Angot Quadrille, undated [ca. 1874]
Arranger: Charles Coote. London: Boosey & Co. 11 pp. Color lithographed cover. Printed by Raphael Thomson.
1 Item(s) total

The Forty Thieves Lancers, undated [ca. 1880]
Arranger: Meyer Lutz. London: Francis Brothers & Day. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by Alfred Concanen. Printed by Stannard &. Plate no. F&551. "Founded on the Popular Melodies sung in Reece's Burlesque Drama at the Gaiety Theatre."
1 Item(s) total

The Faust Quadrille, undated
Arrnager: Charles Coote. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover. Printed by J. & W. Pearman. Plate no. 12071.
1 Item(s) total

Billee Taylor Quadrille, undated [1881]
Arranger: Charles Coote Junior. 1 p. Cover only. Color lithographed cover. Printed by T. Packer.
1 Item(s) total

Billee Taylor Valses, undated [ca. 1881]
Arranger: Charles Godfrey. London: Joseph Willams. 1 p. Cover only. Color lithographed cover. Printed by Stannard & Son.
1 Item(s) total

The Colonel Waltz, undated [ca. 1881]
Arranger: E. [Ernest] Bucalossi. London: Hopwood & Crew. 10 pp. Color Lithographed cover. Printed by Stannard & Son. Engraved by Berridge Bros. Plate no. H&C 2299.
1 Item(s) total

Manteaux Noirs Quadrilles, undated [ca. 1882]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: J. & B. Cramer & Co. 8 pp. Color lithographed cover by Alfred Concanen. Printed by Stannard & Son. Plate no. J.B.C. 3713.
1 Item(s) total

Paul Jones Waltz, undated [ca.1889]
Arranger: Charles Coote. London: Hopwood & Crew. 7 pp. Color lithographed cover by "H.B." Printed by Hanhart. Plate no. H&C 3016. "From Planquette's Opera performed at the Prince of Wales' Theatre."
1 Item(s) total

The Nautch Girl Waltz, undated
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover. Plate no. 19119.
1 Item(s) total

Vicar of Bray Lancers, undated [ca.1892]
Arranger: Edward Belville. London: J. Williams. 6 pp. Incomplete. Color lithographed cover. Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. N. 9263.
1 Item(s) total

San Toy Waltz, undated [ca. 1899]
Arranger: Carl Kieffert. London: Keith Prowse & Co. 9 pp. Color lithorgraphed cover by W. George. Printed by H.G. Bank, Lith. Plate no. K.P. & Co. 1311.
1 Item(s) total

Dorothy Lancers, undated [ca. 1886]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by "H.B." Printed by Hanhart. Plate no. 18254. "As performed at the Gaiety Theatre."
1 Item(s) total

Waltz from Dorothy, undated [ca. 1886]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by "H.B." Plate no. 18247. "As performed at The Prince of Wales's Theatre."
1 Item(s) total

The Savoy Lancers, undated [ca. 1895]
Arranger: William Moore. London: Chappell & Co. 11 pp. Color lithographed cover. Plate no. 19853.
1 Item(s) total

The Sultan of Mocha Lancers, undated [ca. 1887]
Arranger: Otto Roeder. London: Enoch & Sons. 8 pp. Lithographed cover by H.B. Printed by Hanhart Imp. Plate no. E&S 1389.
1 Item(s) total

Doris Waltz, undated [ca. 1889]
Arranger: P. [Procida] Bucalossi. London: Chappell & Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover by "H.B." Printed by Hanhart Lith. Plate no. 18710. "As Performed at the Lyric Theatre."
1 Item(s) total

Posters
The posters in the Harold A. Kanthor Collection of Gilbert and Sullivan are a diverse group representing advertisements for specific productions or theatrical companies. They provide a varied range of graphic design as well as a historical context for understanding the theatrical evolution of Gilbert and Sullivan productions. The posters are subdivided by specific operas, with three categories repeated throughout each opera designation: Production, Adaptation, and Film. Within each designation, posters are described in chronological order. Posters for specific operas are followed by posters generically produced for the D'Oyly Carte Company, posters for non-theatrical advertising, posters for films not produced for specific operas, and posters for other types of productions or events.

Thespis
Productions
Drawer A10, Object 146Durham, NC, 2017
Country of origin: USA

Thespis. A Comic Opera by Gilbert, Jones, & Sullivan. Presented by The Durham Savoyards Ltd. on a double-bill with Gilbert & Sullivan's Trial By Jury. October 12-15, 2017. World premier of an original score by Alan Riley Jones.

Poster design: Color illustration of a face of an ancient Greek.
1 Item(s) total

Sunderland, UK, 2019
Country of origin: U.K.

St. Andrew's Operatic Society. Thespis. The Gods Grown Old. Baker & Henty. Gilbert & Sullivan. Wed 13-Fri 15 Feb 2019, 7:15 PM. Sat 16 Feb 2019, 4:30 PM. Priestman Hall, Rooker, Sunderland.

Poster design: Color representation of an ancient Greek temple. 2007 version by Timothy Henty and Anthony Baker.
1 Item(s) total

Middletown, CT, 2019
Country of origin: USA

The Connecticut Gilbert & Sullivan Society presents Gilbert & Sullivan's Thespis. October 12, 2:00 P.M., 7:30 PM. October 13, 2:00 P.M. Santo Fragilio Performing Arts Center, Middletown High School, Middletown, CT.

Poster design: Statue of a Greek god with symbols of Comedy and Tragedy.
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Trial by Jury
Productions
Trial by Jury and Cox and Box [Michigan], 1986
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society with The Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra presents Trial by Jury and Cox and Box. July 3-6. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. July 3,4,5, 8:00 PM. July 5,6, 2:00 PM. Ann Arbor Summer Festival.

Poster design: Two color illustration of Judge and woman holding a scale with Cox and Box on either side.
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The Sorcerer and Trial by Jury [Jerusalem], 2019
Country of origin: Israel.

Encore! Educational Theatre Company proudly presents a double bill of Gilbert & Sullivan's The Sorcerer and Trial by Jury. Performed in English with Hebrew surtitles. Stage direction by Robert Binder. Musical Direction by Paul Slater. Choreoggraphy by Judy Brown. Designed by Roxane Goodkin-Levy. Wed. Dec 25, 8:00 p.m./ Thurs. Dec. 26, 8:00 p.m./ Tues Dec. 31, 8:00 p.m./ Wed. Jan. 1, 5:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m./ Thurs Jan. 2, 8:00 p.m. Hirsch Theatre, Beit Shmuel, Jerusalem.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors as the Sorcerer, Alexis and Aline.
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The Sorcerer
Productions
D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, [ca. 1919, reprinted ca. 1950]
Country of origin: England.

The Sorcerer. D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.

Poster Designed by H.M. Brock. Image of John Wellington Wells with teapot. Printed by David Allen & Sons, Ltd., 17 Leicester St., London W. Belfast. Etc. Produced for the production at the Prince's Theatre, London, 1919, but was reprinted by David Allen ca. 1950 with official permission of D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.
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University of Michigan, 1983
Country of origin: USA

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents The Sorcerer by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur S. Sullivan. Nov. 30, Dec.1,2,3 at 8:00 p.m. Dec. 3 at 2:00 p.m. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1983.

Poster design: Two color illustration of teapots surrounded by hearts. Design by Julie Tanguay.
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University of Michigan, 1994
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents The Sorcerer. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Dec. 1-3 at 8 PM, Dec. 3 & 4 at 2 PM.

Poster design: Two color illustration of a steaming cup with a sorcerer's image in the steam. Design by David Zinn.
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University of Michigan production meeting announcement, 2010
Country of origin: USA.

The Gilbert and Sullivan Society at the University of Michigan Will Have A Mass Meeting For Our Fall Production of Gilbert & Sullivan's The Sorcerer. Mass Meeting To Be Held At The Michigan League Koessler Room, September 12, 2010 at 7:30 pm.

Poster design: Color lithograph of teapot with steam forming the letter S.
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Austin, TX, 2015
Country of origin: USA.

Gilbert & Sullivan's The Sorcerer.

The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Austin (TX). June 18-28 [2015]. "A love potion casts a magical musical spell." Nine performances at the Worley Barton Theater at Brenton Christian School. Artistic & Stage Director: Ralph MacPhail, Jr. Music Director: Jeffrey Jones-Ragona. This project is fnded and supported in part by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and in part by the City of Austin Economic Development Department/Cultural Arts Division.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors portraying J.W. Wells, Alexis and Aline. Photography: Brenda Ladd.
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University of Michigan, 2016
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents The Sorcerer. December 8-11, 2016, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Thursday-Saturday at 8 pm. Saturday & Sunday at 2 pm.

Poster design: Color illustration of evil image looking over teapot. Designed by Julie Tanguay.
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The Sorcerer and Trial by Jury [Jerusalem], 2019
Country of origin: Israel.

Encore! Educational Theatre Company proudly presents a double bill of Gilbert & Sullivan's The Sorecerer and Trial by Jury. Performed in English with Hebrew surtitles. Stage direction by Robert Binder. Musical Direction by Paul Salter. Choreography by Judy Brown. Designed by Roxane Goodkin-Levy. Wed. Dec. 25 8:00 p.m./ Thurs Dec. 26 8:00 p.m./Tues. Dec. 31 8:00 p.m./ Wed. Jan. 1 5:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m./ Thurs. Jan. 2 8:00 p.m. Hirsch Theatre, Beit Shmuel, Jerusalem.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors as Sorcerer, Alexis and Aline.
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H.M.S. Pinafore
Productions
UK, [ca. 1920]
Country of origin: England.

H.M.S. Pinafore -or The Lass that loved a Sailor. Color lithographed poster. Stock poster with no theatre identified. Printed by Stafford & Co. Ltd., Netherfield, Nottingham; and London. No. 1479.

Poster design: Drawing of Captain Corcoran, Josephine and Sir Joseph Porter.
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Stratford Festival, New York tour, [ca. 1960]
Country of origin: USA.

The Stratford Festival Company of Canada in Sir W.S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. Conducted by Louis Applebaum. Designed by Brian Jackson. Associate Conductor: Eugene Kusmiak. Limited engagement Beginning Sept. 7. Phoenix Theatre [New York].

Printed by Artcraft Litho & Ptg. Co, Inc., N.Y.C. 491.

Poster design: Two color poster with text and maritime decorations.
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Stratford Festival, 1981
Country of origin: Canada.

An Incredible Musical Extravaganza. Original Nautical Opera by Gilbert & Sullivan.

H.M.S. Pinafore or, "The Lass That Loved a Sailor." Stratford Festival 1981 Canada. Performances June 15-August 9. Previews from June 4.

Poster design: Color poster with cartoon illustrations of the ship and eight characters from the opera. Design by Integrated Graphics. Printed in Canada.
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San Diego, 1981
The San Diego Gilbert & Sullivan Repertory Company's HMS Pinafore. November 13,14,15,20,21,22,27,28 & 29. Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00; Sundays at 2:30, in the Casa Delprado Theatre, Balboa Park, San Diego. Don & Bonnie Ward, Directors & Choreographers. Hollace Koman, Musical Director.

Poster design: Printed in two colors. Cartoon illustration of the ship HMS Pinafore with crew on board. Design by G. Weinberg-Harter.
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London, 1986
Country of origin: England.

Noel Pearson presents HMS Pinafore. Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Musical Adaptation and Arrangements by Bill Whelan. The Old Vic [Theatre]. 22 April-31 May 1986.

Poster design: Color cartoon illustration of characters on ship. Designed by DeWynters Ltd.
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Light Opera of Manhattan, 1988
Country of origin: USA.

The Light Opera of Manhattan presents Gilbert & Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore. Three Weeks Only- April 13-May 1. Playhouse 91, 326 East 91st Street.

Poster design: Black and white illutration of four sailors in period costumes. Designed by "McK," 3/68.
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Stratford Festival, 1992
Country of origin: Canada.

H.M.S. Pinafore. Stratford Festival. May 5 to November 15, 1992, Avon Theatre. Artistic Director: David William. Stratford, Ontario, Canada. First print run 5000/1992. Printed in Canada. H. Cooper, Stratford Festival.

Poster design: Illustration of Ralph Rackstraw and Josephine on board ship. Designed by Heather Cooper.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1995
Country of origin: England.

[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Birmingham. Gilbert & Sullivan, HMS Pinafore [advertised with] Johann Strauss, Die Fledermaus. Grand Theatre, Blackpool, 16th-20th May 1995.

Poster design: Color illustration of masquerade masks against architectural background. Designed by figurehead, Harrogate.
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University of Michigan, 1995
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society proudly presents the greatest shipboard romance of all time... HMS Pinafore or the Lass Who Loved a Sailor. Lydia Mendelsshohn Theatre, April 6-8 and 13-15 at 8 p.m. April 8,9,15 & 16 at 2 p.m.

Poster design: Two-color cartoon of characters in the opera at bottom of poster and Ralph and Mabel at the top in the crow's nest of ship. Poster design by David Zinn.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1999
Raymond Gubbay presents in association with SBC The [New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. H.M.S. Pinafore at the Royal Festival Hall by Gilbert & Sullivan. Tuesday 27 July - Sunday 1 August. Evenings at 7:30 pam. Matinees Thursday & Saturday at 2:30 pm. Royal Festival Hall. Queen Elizabeth Hall. Purcell Room.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors portraying Captain Corcoran, Little Buttercup and three sailors as if seen through a porthole.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 2000
Country of origin: England.

Raymond Gubbay presents The [New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Gilbert & Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore. All aboard for a Topsy Turvy adventure. Savoy Theatre [London]. 13 December to 1 March. Martin Duncan: Director. Tim Hatley: Designer. Lindsay Dolan: Choreographer. Jown Owen Edwards: Musical Director.

Poster design: Color photograph of the head of an actor portraying Captain Corcoran emerging from a porthole. Newspaper review quotations.
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Austin, TX, 2000
Country of origin: USA.

There's nothing like a night with a bunch of sailors. Unless, of course,they get performance anxiety. Gilbert & Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore. Musical theatre gone overboard. June 30 - July 8. Helm Fine Arts Center, Austin, Texas.

Poster design. Two color background for text. Life preserver framing title.
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University of Michigan, 2001
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society Presents H.M.S. Pinafore or The Lass That Loved A Sailor. April 5-7 at 8 PM April 7 & 8 at 2 PM Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Poster design: Two-color cartoon of three sailors dancing a hornpipe while Dick Deadeye watches from a trap door. Poster desinged by David Zinn.
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Seattle, 2004
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary. H.M.S. Pinafore. Producer: Mike Storie. Director: Christine Goff. Music Director: Bernard Kwiram [advertised with] Pinapple Poll. Based on a poem by W.S. Gilbert with music by Arthur Sullivan. Arranged by Charles Mackerras. Gilbert &Sullivan in Dance. By Spectrum Dance Theatre. Donald Byrd, Artistic Director. July 9-10, 15-17, 22-24, 29-31, 2004, Bagley Wright Theater at Seattle Center.

Poster design: Color poster with illustration of two children looking at masted ship. Designed by Christian Salas.
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Austin, TX, 2006
Country of origin: USA.

H.M.S. Pinafore. The Lass that Loved a Sailor... Presented by the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Austin [Texas]. Director: Ralph MacPhail Jr. Musical Director: Jeffrey Jones-Ragona. Forrest Kline Performing Arts Center at Crockett High School, June 15-July 2. Thurs-Saturday at 8 pm, Sundays at 3 pm. This project is funded in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors portraying Josephine and Ralph Rackstraw. Photography and poster design: www.KennethGall.com.
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Minneapolis, 2015
Country of origin: USA.

Gilbert and Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore or The Lass That Loved a Sailor. The Gilbert & Sullivan Very Light Opera Company. March 6 - March 29, 2015. Director: Lesley Hendrickson. Music Director: Randal Buikema. Howard Conn Fine Arts Center, Minneapolis.

Poster design: Color poster with illustration of a World War II era British naval shipyard. British flag in foreground. Design by Tom McGregor and Mary Olson based on a painting by Rowland Hilder.
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University of Michigan, 2016
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert & Sullivan Society presents H.M.S. Pinafore or The Lass That Loved A Sailor. April 7-9, 2016 at 8 pm. April 9-10, 2016 at 2 pm, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Poster design: Banner with anchor and illustration of a masted ship.
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London, 2021
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Adaptations
Starship Pinafore [Toronto], 2012
Country of Origin: Canada.

[North Toronto Players]. Starship Pinafore. The Lass Who Loved a Trekkie. Opens Fri. Feb. 24th-8 PM at the York Woods Library Theatre.

Poster design: Heads of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan under a space ship. Color photograph of cast under title.
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The Pirates of Penzance
Productions
U.K., ca. 1920
Country of origin: England.

The Pirates of Penzance--or The Slave of Duty. Color lithographed stock poster with illustration of the pirate Frederic with General Stanley's daughters. Printed by Stafford & Co. Ltd., Netherfield, Nottingham: and London. No. 1481. No theatre identified.
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U.K., ca. 1920
Country of origin: England.

The Pirates of Penzance or The Slave of Duty. Color lithographed stock poster with illustration of the Sergeant of Police, Pirate King and pirate. Printed by Stafford & Co. Ltd., Netherfield, Nottingham: and London. No. 1461. No theatre identified.
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Stratford Festival New York tour, 1961
Country of origin: USA.

The Stratford Festival Company of Canada in W.S.Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan's comic opera The Pirates of Penzance. Directed by Tyrone Guthrie. The First Play in the 1961-1962 Subscription Series, Phoenix Theatre [New York].

Poster design: Text in black with orange island decorations and four newspaper review comments.
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New York, 1980
Country of origin: USA.

Broadway version of Joseph Papp's The Pirates of Penzance.

Joseph Papp presents Kevin Kline, Estelle Parsons, Londa Ronstadt, George Rose, Rex Smith in Gilbert & Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. Directed by Wilford Leach. Music adapted by William Elliott. Choreography by Graciela Daniele. Uris Theatre [New York].

Poster design: Color poster designed by Paul Davis. Illustration of the Pirate King bursting from poster surrounded by heads of Major General, Ruth, Frederic and Mabel.
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London, 1981
Country of origin: England.

Presented by Michael White in association with The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company by arrangement with Louis Benjamin and Toby Rowland and The New York Shakespearee Festival Theatre (Joseph Papp, producer).

Tim Curry, Pamela Stephenson, George Cole, Annie Ross in Gilbert & Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance with Bonnie Langford, Chris Langham, introducing Michael Praed and Sylvester McCoy. Directed by Wilford Leach. Music adapted by William Elliott. Choreography by Graciela Daniele. Theatre Royal Drury Lane. London.

Poster design: Color poster with illustration of the Pirate King bursting from poster surrounded by heads of Major General, Ruth, Frederic and Mabel.
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San Diego, CA, 1982
Country of origin: USA.

The San Diego Gilbert & Sullivan Company's The Pirates of Penzance or The Slave of Duty. Staged by Andrew Traister. Musical Director, Hollace Koman. November 12,13,14,20, 26 & 27 at 8:00 p.m. and November 14,21, & 28 at 2:30 p.m. in the Casa del Prado Theatre, Balboa Park, San Diego [California].

Poster design: Two color poster designed by G. Weinberg-Harter with cartoon illustration of the Pirate King holding pirate flag and Policeman holding British flag. Text in calligraphy.
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Stratford Festival, 1985
Country of origin: Canada.

Gilbert & Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. Stratford [Festival], Canada. 1985. "This is an independently produced souvenir poster. The proceeds shall be donated to the Stratford Festival's Tyrone Guthrie Awards."

Poster design: Four color poster. Line illustration of Frederic and Mabel. Multiple small images of pirates, policemen and maidens interspersed with title.
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Minneapolis, MN, 1986
Country of origin: USA.

The Pirates of Penzance. April 4-20. Howard Conn Fine Arts Center. 1900 Nicollet. Minneapolis. The Gilbert & Sullivan Very Light Opera Company. Poster design: Color stylized image of a pirate. Designed by Charles Spencer Anderson. Duffy Design Group.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1989
Country of origin: England.

By arrangement with Hugh Wontner. [New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company presents Gilbert & Sullivan. Opening Sept.6. Superb new production of The Pirates of Penzance [advertised with] Opening Sept. 12. The world's most popular musical, The Mikado. Savoy Theatre, Strand London WC2. For a limited season. Sponsored by British Midland.
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Seattle, 1989
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society Celebrates Its 35th Anniversary Year. The Pirates of Penzance. Bagley Wright Theatre. July 6-8, 13-15, 20-22, [1989].

Poster design: Color lithograph pirate in bowler hat. Designed and signed by Art Chantry.
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Michigan, 1992
Country of origin: USA.

Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert & Sullivan. Lydia Medelssohn Theatre. April 9-11 & 16-18 at 8 PM- April 11,12,18 & 19 at 2 PM. Presented by the University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society.

Poster design: Two color 1920's representation of Frederic, Mabel, Major General and Sergeant. Designed by David Zinn.
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Houston, TX, 1993
The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston [Texas] presents The Pirates of Penzance or The Slave of Duty. Wortham Center, Cullen Theater. With Alistair Donkin as Major General Stanley. Alistair Donkin, Director. Robert Linder, Conductor. Fridays & Saturdays, July 16,17, 23 & 24 at 8 PM. Sundays, July 18 & 25 at 2:30 PM.

Poster design. Illustration of blue policeman's helmet with pirate flag. Design: Michael Jungnickel. Printing: Wetmore & Company.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1993
[New] D'Oyly Carte [Opera Company, Birmingham] [in] Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld. A co-production with Opera North [advertised with] Gilbert & Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. In association with Victoria State Opera. New Victoria Theatre, Woking. 26 -31 July, 1993. Peacocks Arts & Entertainiment Centre, Woking, Surrey.

Poster design: Color illustration of pirate and female singer. Design by Paton Walker. Illustration by Jack McCarthy. Printed by John Goodman.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1993
Country of origin: England.

D'Oyly Carte are heading your way. Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld. Co-production with Opera North [advertised with] Gilbert & Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. In association with Victoria State Opera. 19 April - 1 May 1993. Sadler's Wells [Theatre, London]. [New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, Birmingham.

Poster design: Color photograph of six actors, some with hand baggage. Yellow text on black background. Design by Sightlines. Photo courtesy of Opera North.
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Michigan, 1997
Country of origin: USA

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society invites you to celebrate its 50th anniversary with The Pirates of Penzance. April 10-12 & 17-19 at 8:00 p.m./ April 12,13 and 20 at 2:00 p.m./ April 19 at 1:00 p.m. Lydia Mendlessohn Theatre.

Poster design: Black and white illustration of a pirate with a toy gun against rose colored background. Designed by David Zinn.
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Seattle, 1998
Country of origin: USA. The Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society Celebrates Its 44th Season. July 1998. The Pirates of Penzance. The Slave of Duty. July 9th-11th. 16th.18th.22nd.25th. Bagley Wright Theatre at Seattle Center. Poster design: Color illustration of pirate with sword under pirate flag. Designed by Marilyn Webberley
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U.K. Productions, Ltd. tour, 1998
Country of origin: England.

Peter Frosdick and Martin Dodd for UK Productions Ltd by arrangement with Josef Weinberger on behalf of Music Theatre International of New York proudly presents Paul Nicholas as the Pirate King in The Smash Hit Broadway and West End Musical The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert & Sullivan. Directed and choreographed by Christopher Robinson. Musical Director Richard Holmes. Lighting Designer John Port. Sound Designer Glen Beckley. Produced by Martin Dodd and Peter Frosdick. Theatre Royal Nottingham. Monday 28 September to Saturday 3 October 1998.

Poster design: Color photogaph of Paul Nicholas as the Pirate King with ship in background. Design, reprographics and print by Heckford Advertising.
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Vienna, 2002
Country of origin: Austria.

Die Piraten von Penzance oder Der Sklave der Pflicht, Volksoper Wien production. Jahresprojekt 2002. Operetten Europas 3. Freitag 24. Mai 2002. Comic opera in zwei akten. Text von Sir William Schwenck Gilbert. Musik von Sir Arthur Sullivan. Deutsche Obersetzung von Inge Greiffenhagen und Bettina von Leoprechting. Bearbeitung der Dialoge Matthias Schonfeldt. Generalmajor Stanley: Josef Forstner. Richard, Piratenkonig: Wicus Slabbert. Samuel, sein Leutnant: Adrian Erod. Frederic, Piratenlehrling: Stephen Chaundy. Frederic, der andere: Howard Nightingall. Edward, Polizeisergeant: Steffen Rossler. Mabel: Tochter des Generalmajors Stanley: Hiroko Kouda. Edith: Gabriela Bone. Kate: Christiane Costisella. Isabel:Marie Luise Huhl. Ruth: Dame Gwyneth Jones. Joe, Schiffsjung: Michael Siller. Musikalische Leitung: William Boughton. Inszenierung: Matthias Schonfeldt. Buhnenbild: Bert Neumann. Kostume: Barbara Aigner. Choreinstudierung: Michael Tomaschek. Choreographie: Hans-Georg Lenhart. Licht: Lothare Baumgarte. Dramaturgie: Birgit Meyer. Orchester, Chor und Zusatzchor der Volksoper Wien. Studierende der Universitat fur Musik. Komparserie und Kinder der Volksoper Wien.

Poster design: Text only on orange background.
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Michigan, 2003
Country of origin: USA.

The Universiy of Michign Gilbert & Sullivan Society presents The Pirates of Penzance or the Slave of Duty. April 3-5 at 8 p.m./ April 5 6 at 2 p.m. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Poster design: Two color poster: Mabel pokes the Pirate King in the eye with her parasol. Poster designed by David Zinn.
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Syracuse, NY, 2004
Country of origin: USA.

The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert Sullivan. Syracuse [NY] Opera. Feb 6, 2004 at 8 pm. Feb. 8, 2004 at 2:30 pm.

Poster design: Illustration of pirate with statement: "These buccaneers are better at blundering than plundering." Illustration by Bob Ripley.
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Carl Rosa tour, 2006
Country of origin: England.

Gilbert Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. Carl Rosa Company. International Tour 2006-7, UK-USA-Canada. Mon. 18 - Sat. 23 September 2006. Birmingham Hippodrome.

Poster design: Color photograph of two pirates with skull, pistol and truncheon.
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Austin, TX, 2008
Country of origin: USA.

The Pirates of Penzance. The Gilbert Sullivan Society of Austin [Texas]. Artistic Director: Ralph MacPhail, Jr. Music Director: Jeffrey Jones-Ragona. June 19-29. Thursdays-Sundays. Evening performances at 8 pm. Saturday Suday Matinees at 3 pm. Children's Day Pre-Curtain Activities: June 22 28. Captioning June 21,26 28. Forrest Kline Performing Arts Center at Crockett High School. This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors portraying Mabel, Frederic and the Pirate King. Photo: KennethGall.com.
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Munich, 2009
Country of origin: Germany.

Die Piraten von Penzance oder Der Sklave der Pflicht. Operette von Gilbert Sullivan. ab 15. Mai 2009. Staatstheater am Gartnerplatz. Musikalisch Leitung: Anthony Bramall. Inszenierung: Holger Seitz. Buhne: Herbert Buckmiller. Kostume: Gotz Lanzelot Fischer. Poster illustration: Playmobil pirate. Foto: Gunnar Reichard.

Poster design: Color poster featuring Playmobil pirate.
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Munich, 2009
Country of origin: Germany.

Die Piraten von Penzance. Operette von Gilbert Sullivan. Staatstheater am Gartnerplatz.

Poster design: Color photograph of actor portraying pirate. Photograph by Lioba Schoneck.
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Hof, 2012
Theater Hof. 12/13. Die Piraten [The Pirates of Penzance]. Operette von Arthur Sullivan. Ab. 30 November 2012. "Wir sollten jetzt nicht den verstand verlieren!"

Poster design: Text only. Tan lettering on black.
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London, 2015
Country of origin: England.

English National Opera. Gilbert Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. Directed by Mike Leigh. 9 May - 27 June [2015]. Also live in cinemas 19 May. London Coliseum. Support using public funding by Arts Council England.

Poster design: Cartoon pirate manipulating a tiny puppet representing Frederic. Design by Toby Leigh. Limited edition of 100 color silk screen posters, signed by Mike Leigh. This poster number 3/100.
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London, 2015
Country of origin: England.

English National Opera presents The Pirates of Penzance. Directed by Mike Leigh. Live from the London Coliseum in stunning cinematic HD. Live in cinemas one night only. 19 May 2015. Supported by Arts Council England.

Poster design: Color printed cartoon pirate manipulating a tiny puppet representing Frederic. Design by Toby Leigh. Poster printed for London tube station display.
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Luxembourg, 2015
Country of origin: Luxembourg.

Les Theatres de la Ville de Luxembourg. Grand Theatre. Vendredi 16 Octobre 2015. Dimanche 18 Octobre 2015. The Pirates of Penzance. [Co-production with English National Opera]. Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900). Comic Opera in Two Acts. Libretto by William Schwenck Gilbert. Official Premiere at the Fifth Avenue Theatre in New York on 31st December 1879. In English, with French German Subtitles. Conductor Timothy Henty. Director Mike Leigh. With Adrian Powter, Joshua Bloom, Robert Murray, Mark Richardson, Claudia Boyle, Rebecca De Pont Davies, James Bobby, Teresa Andrasi, Elena Kochukova, Almut Hellwig.

Poster design: Color photograph of a scene from the opera. Photograph by Tristram Kenton.
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Seattle, 2015
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle Gilbert Sullivan Society's The Pirates of Penzance. Evenings at 7:30 PM: July 10,11,17,18,24,25. Matinees at 2 PM: July 11,12,18,19 25. Bagley Wright Theatre (at the Seattle Center). Poster design: Color cartoon figure of pirate holding a cup of tea with British flag design on tea bag.
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Leipzig, 2016
Country of origin: Austria.

Musikalische Komodie. Die Piraten von Penzance oder Der Sklave der Plicht. Gilbert Sullivan. Ab 08. Okt, 2016, Musicalische Komodie. Oper Leipzig.

Poster design: Color photograph portraits of five principal actors in costume. Photograph by Kirsten Nijhof.
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University of Michigan, 2017
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents The Pirates of Penzance or The Slave of Duty. April 13-16, 2017. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Thursday-Saturday at 8 pm. Saturday Sunday at 2 pm.

Poster design: Color illustration of The Major General with a gun pointed to his head.
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Bulgaria, 2019
Country of origin: Bulgaria.

Poster design: Color illustration of a skull with a heart-shaped eye patch and The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert Sullivan printed in English on a ship silhouette. Text in cyrillic. Printed for the Opera Plovdiv production.
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Jerusalem, 2019
Country of origin: Israel.

Encore! Educational Theatre Company proudly presents Gilbert Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance or The Slave of Duty. Performed in English with Hebrew Surtitles. Staging by Robert Binder and Aviella Trapido. Musical direction by Paul Salter. Coreography by Yael Greenblatt. Scenic Design by Roxane Goodkin-Levy. Tues. 28 May 7:30 PM./ Wed 29 May 6:00 PM./ Thurs. 30 May 7:30 PM./ Tues. 4 June 7:30 PM./ Wed. 5 June 6:00 PM./ Thurs. 6 June 7:30 PM. Hirsch Theatre, Beit Shmuel, Jerusalem.

Poster design: Color poster with small photograph of pirate and line drawing of pirate ship.
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Adaptations
Pirates! The Ballet, 1991
Country of origin: Australia.

Artistic Director: Harold Collins. April 12-27, 1991.

Poster design: Characters from the ballet. Color poster for a ballet adapted from The Pirates of Penzance for The Queensland Ballet.
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The Pirates of Penzance, undated
Country of origin: UK.

The Pirates of Penzance. Gilbert and Sullivan. D'Oyly Carte Opera. [Not designed for a specific production and unlikely to have been associated with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.] Goache drawing in two colors on wove paper.

Poster design: Heads of various characters in the opera towering on a ship. Original artwork by Brian Liddle.
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The Pirates of Penzance [Toronto], [2013]
Country of Origin: Canada.

North Toronto Players Bikers Madmen. Pirates of Penzance. Forest Grove United Church. Fri. Feb. 22nd- Sat. Feb 23rd-8 pm. Sun. Feb. 24th-3 pm. Fri. March 1st-Sat. March 2nd-8 pm. Sun. March 3rd-3 pm.

Poster design: Two color poster with title on back of pirate's arm.
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The Zombies of Penzance [St. Louis], 2018
Country of origin: USA.

New Line Theatre presents The Zombies of Penzance. Sept. 27-Oct. 20, 2018. Marcelle Theatre. Funding by the Regional Arts Commission and the Missouri Arts Council.

Poster design: Color parody of the poster for the 1981 Broadway production of The Pirates of Penzance with all faces replaced by zombies.
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Films
The Pirate Movie, 1982
Belgium, 1982
Country of origin: Belgium.
"David Joseph présente Kristy McNichol, Christopher Atkins, Pitrate Movie, avec Ted Hamilton dans le rôle du Roi des Pirates. Bill Kerr, Garry McDonald, Maggie Kirkpatrick." Printer: Impr. Lichtert, 1070 Bruxelles.
Poster design: Various players in the film. A 20th Century Fox movie poster in color for the Belgian release of the film with brief advertising come-ons in French and Dutch.
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USA, 1982
Country of origin: USA.

Set sail for the musical comedy adventure of the summer! The Pirate Movie. David Joseph presents Kristy McNichol, Christoper Atkins in "The Pirate Movie." Starring Ted Hamilton as The Pirate King. Bill Kerr, Garry McDonald, Maggie Kirkpatrick. Director of photography: Robin Copping, A.C.S. Associate producer: David Anderson. Executive producer: Ted Hamilton. Produced by David Joseph. Screenplay by Trevor Farrant. Directed by Ken Annakin. Original Songs by Terry Britten, Kit Hain, Sue Shifrin and Brian Robertson. Dolby Stereo in selected theatres. Copyright 1982 Twentieth Century Fox. Printed in U.S.A. The Pirate Movie One-Sheet.

Poster design: Color illustration based on photograph of Kristy McNichol and Christopher Atkins wrapped in pirate flag surrounded by scenes and characters from the film. Printed for the American distribution of the 1982 film.
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France, 1982
Country of origin: France

Prenez le large vers l'avanture,la jeunesse et la musique! Pirate Movie. "David Joseph présente Kristy McNichol, Christopher Atkins, Pitrate Movie, avec Ted Hamilton dans le rôle du Roi des Pirates. Bill Kerr, Garry McDonald, Maggie Kirkpatrick."

Poster design: Various players in the film. A 20th Century Fox movie poster in color for the French release of the film.
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UK, 1982
Country of origin: England.

David Joseph presents Kristy McNichol, Christoper Atkins in "The Pirate Movie." Starring Ted Hamilton as The Pirate King. Bill Kerr, Garry McDonald, Maggie Kirkpatrick. Director of photography: Robin Copping, A.C.S. Associate producer: David Anderson. Executive producer: Ted Hamilton. Produced by David Joseph. Screenplay by Trevor Farrant. Directed by Ken Annakin. Original Songs by Terry Britten, Kit Hain, Sue Shifrin and Brian Robertson. Dolby Stereo in selected theatres. Copyright 1982 Twentieth Century Fox. Printed in England by W.E. Berry Ltd. Bradford.

Poster design: Color illustration based on photograph of Kristy McNichol and Christopher Atkins surrounded by scenes and characters from the film. Printed for the British distribution of the 1982 film.
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Australia, 1982
Country of origin: Australia.

Buckle your swash and jolly your Roger for the funniest 'rock 'n rollicking' adventure ever! The Pirate Movie. David Joseph presents Kristy McNichol, Christoper Atkins, Ted Hamilton, Bill Kerr, Garry McDonald, Maggie Kirkpatrick in "The Pirate Movie" NRC. Director of photography: Robin Copping, A.C.S. Associate producer: David Anderson. Executive producer: Ted Hamilton. Produced by David Joseph. Screenplay by Trevor Farrant. Directed by Ken Annakin. Original Songs by Terry Britten, Kit Hain, Sue Shifrin and Brian Robertson. Dolby Stereo in selected theatres. Copyright 1982 Twentieth Century Fox.

Poster design: Color photograph of Kristy McNichol and Christopher Atkins surrounded by illustrations of characters from the film. Sepia photograph of Kristy McNichol and Christopher Atkins in a scene from the film. Printed by M.A.P.S. Litho Pty, Ltd. [Printed for the Australian distribution of the 1982 film.
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The Pirates of Penzance, dir. Wilfred Leach, 1983
USA, 1982
Country of origin: USA.

Broadway's smash hit is now the movie! The swashbuckling adventure. The fabulous fun. The rollicking romance. The Pirates of Penzance. Edward R. Pressman Presents A Joseph Papp Production, "The Pirates of Penzance". Starring Kevin Kline. Angela Lansbury. Linda Ronstadt. George Rose. Rex Smith. Screenplay by Wilford Leach. Music orchestrated, arranged and conducted by William Elliott. Music produced by Peter Asher. Choreography by Graciela Daniele. Director of photography Douglas Slocombe. Produced by Joseph Papp. Co-producer Timothy Burrill. Executive producer Edward R. Pressman. Directed by Wilford Leach. Dolby Stereo in selected theatres. Panavision. A Universal Picture. Copyright 1982 Universal City Studios, Inc. Printed in U.S.A. Property of National Screen Service Corporation...... N.S.S.#830001.

Poster design: Color illustration based on photographs of stars of the film. Central figure of Kevin Kline as the Pirate King leaping forward.
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Australia, 1983
Country of origin: Australia.

Gilbert and Sullivan's Broadway smash hit is now the movie! Starring Kevin Kline. Angela Lansbury. Linda Ronstadt. George Rose. Rex Smith. Released by filmways. Edward R. Pressman Presents A Joseph Papp Production, "The Pirates of Penzance". Screenplay by Wilford Leach. Music adapted, orchestrated and conducted by William Elliott. Music produced by Peter Asher. Choreography by Graciela Daniele. Director of photography Douglas Slocombe. Produced by Joseph Papp. Co-producer Timothy Burrill. Executive producer Edward R. Pressman. Directed by Wilford Leach. Dolby Stereo in selected theatres. (Issued for the Australian release of the 1983 film.)

Poster design: Sepia illustration based on photographs of stars of the film. Central figure of Kevin Kline as the Pirate King leaping forward. Three sepia photographs from the film titled "The swashbuckling adventure." "The fabulous fun." "The rollicking romance." Printed by Brown Prior Anderson Pty Ltd Burwood Victoria.
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Patience
Productions
Seattle, 1993
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle Gilbert Sullivan Society Celebrates its 39th Season! Gilbert Sullivan. Patience. Bagley Wright Theatre, July 16-17, 22-24, 28-31, [1993]. Matinees July 24 31.

Poster design: Color lithograph of Aesthete with monocle. Designed and signed by Art Chantry.
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English National Opera, 1969
Country of origin: UK. ENO. English National Opera. London Coliseum. Patience. Gilbert Sullivan. Poster image: Color illustration of stylized maidens and dragoons. Designed by Kevin Scally.
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Austin, TX, 1999
Country of origin: USA.

A Light Opera by Gilbert Sullivan About Twenty Brides, Twenty Grooms and One Guy Itching For The Minister To Ask If Anyone Has Any Objections. Presented by The Gilbert Sullivan Society of Austin. June 11-13 17-20 at the Helm Fine Arts Center at St. Stephen's School.

Poster design: Black on cream background. Eleven couples saying "I Do." One man saying "This Sucks."
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Seattle, 2005
Country of origin: USA.

Seattle Gilbert Sullivan Society. Bagley Wright Theatre at Seattle Center, July 15-16, 21-23, 28-30, 2005. Seattle Gilbert Sullivan Society, 50 Years Family Entertainment.

Poster design: Color poster with figure of Patience holding milk bucket and book of verse.
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University of Michigan, 2005
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert Sullivan Society (UMGASS) Presents Patience or Bunthorne's Bride. April 7-9 at 8 PM; April 9 10 at 2 PM. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Poster design: Green poster with illustration of Patience with milk pail surrounded by aesthetic maidens. Pink lily above the title. Designed by David Zinn.
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University of Michigan, 2015
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents Patience or Bunthorne's Bride. December 10-12, 8 pm, 2015. December 12 13, 2 pm, 2015. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Poster design: Color representation of The Bower Meadow by Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
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Adaptations
Toronto, 2014
Country of origin: Canada.

North Toronto Players Present Patience. A Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta adapted for the 21st Century. Rough Sport or High Art... Who will win the Female Heart? Friday Feb 21st- 8 PM, Sat Feb 22nd- 2 PM, Sun Feb 23rd-2 PM, Fri Feb 28th-8 PM, Sat March 1st- 2 8 PM, Sun March 2nd-2PM. Jubilee United Church.

Poster design: Color cartoon of football Jock and aesthetic poet.
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Iolanthe
Productions
UK, ca. 1920
Country of origin: England.

Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co. Ltd., Netherfield, Nottingham: and London. Reg. No. 4407. No theatre identified.

Poster design: Shepherdess in front of fence.
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UK, ca. 1920
Country of origin: England.

Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co., Ltd., Netherfield, Nottingham: and London. No. 869. No theatre identified.

Poster design: Guardsman with fairy wings. Horizontal illustration of characters from the opera.
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Berlin, 1984
Country of origin: Germany.

Iolanthe oder Die Hochzeit Der Fee, von Gilbert und Sullivan. Komische Oper.

Poster design: Color illustration of fairy stroking the chin of a smaller bearded woodland fairy. Designed by Werner Klemke.
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Stratford Festival, 1984
Country of origin: Canada.

By Gilbert Sullivan. Avon Theatre. June 11-August 12, 1984. Stratford Shakespearean Festival Canada. Artistic Director: John Hirsch. April 1984, 1st Print Run, 5,000.

Poster design: Color illustration by Susan Benson of Queen Victoria surrounded by characters from the opera. Design by Lianne Ritchie.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1988
Country of origin: England.

The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Company presents Gilbert and Sullivan's Iolanthe [advertised with] The Yeomen of the Guard. First Season Souvenir Poster 1988. Limited Edition.

Poster design: Illustrations of Phyllis and the Lord Chancellor in "Iolanthe" and a Tower Warder and Jack Point in "The Yeomen of the Guard." Designed and printed by BD Studios Norwich 628538.
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Austin, TX, 1993
Country of origin: USA.

Just another "boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets the queen of the fairies to intervene at the House of Lords for his seventeen-year-old mother" story. Iolanthe. A Musical Fantasy by Gilbert Sullivan. [Gilbert Sullivan Society of Austin.] Dougherty Arts Center Theatre, April 30 - May 23, 1993.

Poster design: Black and white photograph of Strephon.
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Boston, 1996
Country of origin: USA.

Gilbert Sullivan. Directed by Larry Carpenter. January 5 - February 4. Huntington Theatre Company. In residence at Boston University. Peter Altman, Producing Director.

Poster design: Printed in red and black. Illustration of cupid scattering hearts over Houses of Parliament.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1997
Country of origin: England.

[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Iolanthe, Gilbert Sullivan, [advertised with] The Count of Luxembourg. Franz Lehar. in association with The Danish National Opera. Den Jyske Opera. Sung in English. Grand Theatre Wolverhampton. 24th September [-] 4th October.

Poster design: Color photograph of an actor against stylized illustration of Big Ben.
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Carl Rosa Opera Co., 2000
Country of origin: England.

Carl Rosa Opera. By appointment to H.M. Queen Victoria. Britain's Oldest Opera Company. Yeomen of the Guard [advertised with] Iolanthe by Gilbert Sullivan. Norwich Theatre Royal. Dates Mon. 18th to Sat. 23rd September 2000. "The world has gone Topsy-Turvy over Gilbert and Sullivan." "Presenting two of the best loved Savoy Operas in a true, traditional style."

Poster design: Text against purple background. Small illustrations of headsman's axe and Big Ben.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 2002
Country of origin: England.

[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in association with Raymond Gubbay present Gilbert Sullivan. Iolanthe from 15 February [advertised with] The Yeomen of the Guard from 12 April. Savoy Theatre [London].

Poster design: Color poster with illustration of face [playing] card showing peer and tower warder. Background illustration of Big Ben and Tower of London.
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University of Michigan, 2002
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents Iolanthe, or the Peer and the Peri. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre-Ann Arbor. April 4-6 at 8 P.M.; April 67 at 2 P.M.

Poster design: Color illustration of a fairy overlooking a pond with a miniature Lord Chancellor and three peers on lily pads. Designed by David Zinn.
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University of Michigan, 2007
Country or origin: USA.

Gilbert Sullivan's Iolanthe or The Peer and the Peri. Presented by the University of Michigan Gilbert Sullivan Society. Dec. 6-8 at 8 PM; Dec. 8 9 at 2 PM. Lydia Mendelsshohn Theatre.

Poster design: Two-color cartoon of the Lord Chancellor looking at a fairy rising from his teacup. Designed by David Zinn.
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Austin, TX, 2009
Country of origin: USA.

Iolanthe; or, the Peer and the Peri. The Gilbert Sullivan Society of Austin [Texas]. Artistic Director: Ralph MacPhail Jr. Music Director: Jeffrey Jones-Ragona. June 11-21 Thursdays thru Sundays. Thursday-Saturday Evening Performances at 8 pm. Saturday Matinee at 3 pm - June 20. Sunday Matinees at 3 pm - June 14 21. Travis High School Performing Arts Center. Children's Day Pre-Curtain Activities Sunday June 14 at 2 pm. Captioning June 13,14, 18 19. This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors portraying Sergeant Willis and Fairy Queen. Photography: Brenda Ladd.
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Jerusalem, 2015
Country of origin: Israel.

Encore! Educational Theatre Company proudly presents Gilbert Sullivan's masterful magic of melody and mirth. Iolanthe or, The Peer and the Peri. Performed in English with Hebrew Surtitles. Stage direction by Robert Binder. Musical direction by Paul Salter. Choreography by Judy Brown-Davis. Sets designed by Roxane Goodkin-Levy. Wed. 30 Dec. 7:30 P.M./ Thurs. 31 Dec. 7:30 P.M./ Tues. 5 Jan. 7:30 P.M./ Wed 6 Jan. 5:00 P.M. 8:30 P.M. / Thurs. 7 Jan. 7:30 P.M. Hirsch Theatre, Beit Shmuel, Jerusalem.

Poster design: Color illustration of guardsman and tiny fairy.
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Minneapolis, MN, 2016
Country of origin: USA

Gilbert Sullivan's Iolanthe or The Peer and the Peri. The Gilbert Sullivan Very Light Opera Company. February 26 - March 20, 2016. Director: Joe Andrews. Musical Director: Randal Buikema. Howerd Conn Fine Arts Center, Minneapolis.

Poster design: Color poster illustration of a fairy flying over Houses of Parliament. Design by Tom McGregor and Mary Olson.
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Fairfax, VA, 2017
Country of origin: USA.

George Mason University - School of Music. Mason Opera presents Gilbert Sullivan's Iolanthe [or] The Peer and the Peri. Friday, April 28, 2017.Saturday, April 29, 2017. Sunday, April 30, 2017. Harris Theatre.

Poster design: Silhouette of fairy atop Houses of Parliament.
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Calgary, 2017
Country of origin: Canada Morpheus Theatre. Iolanthe. a comic operetta by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Directed by Kelly Reay. Musical Direction by Carey Unger, Choreography by Karen Iwanski. April 28-May 13, 2017. At the Pumphouse Theatre. Poster design: Color illustration of an evanescent fairy and House of Parliament.
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University of Michigan, 2018
Country of origin: USA

Gilbert Sullivan's Iolanthe, or, The Peer and the Peri. [University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society.] April 12, 13 14 @ 8 pm. April 14 15 @ 2 pm. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Poster design: Color illustration of a seated fairy and scene from Act 2. Designed by David Hoornstra.
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London, 2020
Country of origin: UK.

King's Head Theatre presents Charles Court Opera's Gilbert Sullivan's Iolanthe. Directed by John Savournin. Musical Direction by David Eaton. King's Head Theatre. 12 March-11 April 2020. "Charles Court Opera are the masters of Gilbert Sullivan in small spaces"

Poster design: Green and pink poster with illustration of a fairy. Signed by four cast members.
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Adaptations
The Ratepayers' Iolanthe, 1984
Country of origin: England.

Raymond Gubbay presents the Original GLC Production of The Ratepayers' Iolanthe. Limited season only. Phoenix Theatre, Charing Cross Rd. London WC2. Aug. 23 to Nov. 3. Starring Gay Brown. David Firth. David Kernan. Gay Soper. Lorna Dallas. Doug Fisher. Michael Robbins. Dudley Stevens. Sally Bradshaw. Myra Sands. Jenny Wren. Directed by Ned Sherrin. Based on the operetta by Gilbert Sullivan. Adapted by Ned Sherrin Alistair Beaton. Designed by Daphne Dare. Musical Director: John Owen Edwards. Musical Staging: Lindsay Dolan. Lighting Design: Benny Ball.

Poster design: Orange background. Caricature of Margaret Thatcher with reviews of the play. Captions: "I've finally kicked you out of the South Bank" and "Yes....But I've found a good home in the West End!"
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Princess Ida
Productions
Haifa, Israel, 1987
Country of origin: Israel.

Designed for production by The Light Opera Group of the Negev. Haifa: Haifa Auditorium. April 2, 1987. Operetta in Three Acts. In English, fully staged with orchestra. Conductor: Eri Doron. Stage Director: Tamara Vardin-Mutal. Producers: Sheila and Edward Spitz.

Poster design: Cartoon of Arac, Scynthius and Guron on yellow background.
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University of Michigan, 1990
Country of origin: USA

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society Presents gilbert and sullivan's Princess Ida. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. December 6-8 at 8 PM/ December 89 at 2 PM.

Poster design: Female warrier with spear against purple background. Designed by David Zinn.
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Seattle, 1990
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle Gilbert Sullivan Society Celebrates Its 36th Season! Gilbert Sullivan. Princess Ida. Bagley Wright Theatre, July 6-7, 12-14, 18-21, [1990]. Matinees July 14 21.

Poster design: Color lithograph of Princess Ida with battle axe shielding two men in womens' clothes. Designed and signed by Art Chantry. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
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London, 1993
Country of origin: England.

English National Opera at the London Coliseum. November 14/18/20/23/24/27. December 1/3/4/10/12/15/18/30. January 2/6/7/9/11/14/21. This new production is supported by a donation from Christine and Irvine Laidlaw.

Poster design: Picture puzzle with color cartoon illustration of a modern princess in dress design associated with British Tower Warders. Illustration by Paul Dufficey. Puzzle made by Top Notch. Photography by Paul Bradforth.
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University of Michigan, 2004
Country of Origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents Princess Ida or Castle Adamant. April 8-10 at 8 pm. April 10 11 at 2 pm. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Poster design: Two color illustration of a female student spied on by a man. Designed by David Zinn.
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University of Michigan, 2017
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents Princess Ida or Castle Adamant. December 7-10. 2017. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Ann Arbor, Michigan. Thursday-Saturday at 8 pm. Saturday Sunday at 2 pm.

Poster design: Color stylized illustration of an ape holding a flower.
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The Mikado
Productions
UK, ca. 1920
Country of origin: England.

The Mikado or, The Town of Titipu. Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co., Netherfield, Nottingham: and London. Reg. No. 1356. No theatre identified.

Poster design: Woman with fan in back of head. Oriental background.
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San Francisco, 1961
Country of origin: USA. The Lamplighters present Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado In their new theatre The Harding Divisader at Hayes S.F. Grand Opening July 15, 1961. fri and sat-6 weeks only 8:30 pm. Poster design by Rex May: Full color silkscreen in day-glo colors. Face of Asian woman.
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Plymouth, UK, 1982
Country of origin: UK

Plymouth Theatre Royal Company. The Mikado. Gilbert and Sullivan with new Orchestrations by Ed Coleman. 12-28 August [1982]. Theatre Royal. Subsidised by the Arts Council of Great Britain.

Poster design: Three-color illustration of Japanese figures. Cast listed on poster.
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London, 1982
Country of origin: England.

An evening of Musical Fireworks. Cambridge Theatre [London]. Bill Kenwright Paul Gregg present The Plymouth Theatre Royal Company's New Production of The Mikado by Gilbert Sullivan with new orchestrations by Ed Coleman. Director: Chris Hayes. Choreography Staging: Michele Hardy. Musical Director: Ed Coleman. Settings: Sean Cavanagh. Costumes: Hugh Durrant. Lighting: Dee Ashworth. Featuring Murray Melvin, John Hewer, Nicholas Smith, Gary Lyons, Stella Goodier and Eileen Gourlay.

Poster design: Printed in two colors. Illustration of the Three Little Maids From School against red background. Designed and Printed by Dewynters Ltd. London.
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Stratford Festival, 1983
Country of origin: Canada.

The Mikado. By Gilbert Sullivan. Stratford Festival Canada. Artistic Director: John Hirsch. September 1983.

Poster design: Kabuki style color illustration by Heather Cooper of Ko-Ko and Katisha. Design by Burns, Cooper, Hynes Limited. Print Run 5,000.
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Pittsburgh, PA, 1983
Country of origin: USA.

Poster in black and two colors designed by Edward Gorey. The Mikado. Gilbert Sullivan. Kresge Theatre. Carnegie Mellon University. April 14-30, 1983. Signed by Edward Gorey. No. 75 of 100 copies printed.

Poster design: Whimsical Gorey drawing of bearded man on antique bicycle.
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Rochester, NY, 1983
Presented by The School of the Arts. Fri., Jan. 21, Sat., Jan. 22, 7:30 P.M. Monroe [High School, Rochester, N.Y.] Auditorium 1983.

Poster design: Color silkscreen by Al Cocco with illustration of a Japanese warrior on his horse with background of birds. Signed by the artist.
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Chicago, 1983
Country of origin: USA

Lyric Opera of Chicago. Spring 1883.

Poster design: Color stylised cartoon of the Mikado. Designed by David Lee Csiesko.
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Jerusalem, 1986
The Mikado. Musical play by Gilbert and Sullivan. With soloists, chorus and the Israel Chamber Orchestra. Binyaney Ha'ooma, May 27 (8.30 p.m.). 28 (5.00, 9.30 p.m.). 29 (5.00, 9.30 p.m.) Tickets at the Jerusalem Sherover Theatre and at Hadran Agency, Tel-Aviv. American Israel Cultural Foundation.

Poster design: Color photograph of scene in second act.
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English National Opera, 1986
Country of origin: England.

Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado. English National Opera. London Coliseum. This production is sponsored by Bache Securities. Arts Council Funded.

Poster design: Black, white, grey and orange art deco poster with illustration of antique phonograph. Designed by Anthea Pender. Screen printed by G B Arts Ltd.
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Stratford Festival New York tour, 1987
Country of origin: USA.

The Mikado. By Gilbert Sullivan. Presented by Ed David Mirvish and Brian Macdonald Productions. As originally presented by the Stratford Festival, Canada. (Paste-on): Presented by [New York] City Center Theater. In association with Ed David Mirvish and Brian Macdonald Productions. As originally presented by the Stratford Festival, Canada. January 13-18, 1987.

Poster design [by Heather Cooper]: Color illustration of two Japanese actors. Newspaper review comments in upper left corner.
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Anchorage, AK, 1989
Country of origin: USA

Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado. Anchorage Opera. Production of "The Mikado" made possible by BP EXPLORATION.

Poster design: Color illustration of samurai with three little maids from school in background. Designed by Byron Birdsall.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1989
Country of origin: England.

By arrangement with Hugh Wontner. [New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company presents Gilbert Sullivan. Opening Sept.6, Superb new production of The Pirates of Penzance [advertised with]; Opening Sept. 12, The world's most popular musical The Mikado. Savoy Theatre, Strand London WC2. For a limited season. Sponsored by British Midland.
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Sydney, Australia, 1991
Country of origin: Australia.

The Australian Opera. The Mikado. Gilbert and Sullivan. Additional material by Melvyn Morrow. June 3 early evening, 6,13,15 matinee, 21,26,29. July 2,6 matinee, 10, 12, 18, 27. Sydney Opera House. Sponsored by Commonwealth Bank.

Poster design: Color illustrations of the Mikado, Katisha, Ko-Ko and Queen Victoria. [Identifying mark] MIK.A1.SW.91
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1992
[New] D'Oyly Carte [Opera Company]. 150th Anniversary Tour. Gilbert Sullivan's The Mikado [advertised with] The Yeomen of the Guard. Sadler's Wells [Theatre, London]. April 28 - May 16, 1992.

Poster design: Color illustration of a Yeoman holding an oriental mask surrounded by newspaper review quotations. Printed by John Goodman Sons Ltd.
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Seattle, 1994
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle Gilbert Sullivan Society Celebrates Its 40th Season. Gilbert Sullivan. The Mikado. Bagley Wright Theatre. July 15-16, 21-23, 27-30 [1994].

Poster design: Color lithograph Japanese maid, fan hiding lower face. Designed and signed by Art Chantry.
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Minneapolis, MN, 1996
Country of origin: USA.

The Gilbert Sullivan Very Light Opera Company. March 15-31. Friday-Sunday. Howard Conn Fine Arts Center.

Poster design: Color poster of a sword slashing through a teacup.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1996
Country of origin: England.

[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company Birmingham. Offenbach: La Vie Prisienne. Sung in English [advertised with] Gilbert Sullivan: The Mikado. Theatre Royal. Newcastle Upon Tyne. Tues. 26th-Sat 30th March 1996. Funded by The Arts Council of England. Funded by Birmingham City Council.

Poster design: Color poster with ilustrations of three fans, two with photographs of actresses. Designed by figurehead, Harrogate.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1998
Country of origin: England.

Raymond Gubbay presents in association with The [New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in the best loved of all the Savoy Operas, The Mikado by Gilbert Sullivan. A sumptuous toe-tapping score with a host of favourites... This spectacular production directed by Fenton Gray and with beautifully designed sets and costumes by James Hendy features the full cast of solists, chorus and orchestra of the [New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Monday 31 August to Saturday 5 September. Eight performances only. Royal Festival Hall. Queen Elizabeth Hall. Purcell Room.

Poster design: Color photographs of 7 actors in principal roles. Multiple newspaper reviewer comments.
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Austin, TX, 1998
Country of origin: USA.

The Gilbert Sullivan Society of Austin [TX] presents The Mikado. June 11-21, 1998. Helm Fine Arts Center. St. Stephen's School.

Poster design: Color poster. Godzilla-type monster with caption: "Good Heavens! I'm not the only Japanese show in town. I implore you to see The Mikado so I may have a brief respite."
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Northfield, MN, 2000
Country of origin: USA.

Northfield [Minnesota] Youth Choir: Chorale/Cantamus presents Gilbert Sullivan's operetta directed by Doug Scholz-Carlson. February 25 7:00 pm., February 26 7:00 pm., February 27 2:00 pm 7:00 pm. Northfield High School Theater. This performance is made pssible in part by a McKnight Production Assistance Grant through SEMAC.

Poster design: Color illustration of the Three Little Maids from School with faces hidden by umbrellas. Illustration by Kari Alberg. Printed by Northfield Printing Inc.
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University of Michigan, 2000
Country of origin: USA

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society Presents The Mikado or The Town of Titipu. April 6-8 P.M.; April 8 and 9 at 2 P.M. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Poster design: Color images of a mountain, cherry blossoms and a sword seen through the lettering of MIKADO on black background. Poster designed by David Zinn.
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The Yeomen of the Guard
Productions
UK, ca. 1920.
Country of origin: England.

The Yeomen of the Guard or The Merryman and his Maid. Color stock poster printed by Stafford Co., Netherfield, Nottingham. No. 3087. No theatre identified.

Poster design: Headsman with axe.
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UK, ca. 1920
Country of origin: England.

The Yeomen of the Guard or The Merryman and his Maid. Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co., Netherfield, Nottingham. No. 5847. No theatre identified.

Poster design: Jester with mock sceptre adorned with jester's head.
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London, 1978
Country of origin: England.

Festival of The City of London. The Yeomen of the Guard. By W.S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan. On the 900th anniversary of Her Majesty's Tower of London. Anthony Besch's Unique and Spectacular Production Staged in the open air in the Moat of the Tower with Tommy Steele as Jack Point, plus full cast, chorus and orchestra. 17 July-12 August [1978] at the Tower. Nightly at 8:25 pm except Sundays. Sponsored byThe Distillers of Beefeater Gin.

Poster design: Printed in two colors. Illustration of five tower warders.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1988
Country of origin: England.

The New D'Oyly Carte Opera Company presents Gilbert and Sullivan's Iolanthe [advertised with] The Yeomen of the Guard. First Season Souvenir Poster 1988. Limited Edition.

Poster design: Illustrations of Phyllis and the Lord Chancellor in "Iolanthe" and a Tower Warder and Jack Point in "The Yeomen of the Guard." Designed and printed by BD Studios Norwich 628538.
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University of Michigan, 1991
Country of origin: USA.

The Yeomen of the Guard by Gilbert and Sullivan. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, December 5-7 at 8 p.m. December 7-8 at 2 p.m. Presented by the University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society.

Poster design: Two color illustration of jester's marotte with worried look. Designed by David Zinn.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 1992
[New] D'Oyly Carte [Opera Company]. 150th Anniversary Tour. Gilbert Sullivan's The Mikado [advertised with] The Yeomen of the Guard. Sadler's Wells [Theatre, London]. April 28 - May 16, 1992.

Poster design: Color illustration of a Yeoman holding an oriental mask surrounded by newspaper review quotations. Printed by John Goodman Sons Ltd.
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University of Michigan, 1996
Country of origin: USA.

The Gilbert and Sullivan Society at the University of Michigan presents The Yeomen of the Guard or, the merryman and his maid. December 5-8, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Michigan League, 911 N. University.

Poster design: Two color illustration of Yeoman and Jester.
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Carl Rosa Opera Co., 2000
Country of origin: England.

Carl Rosa Opera. By appointment to H.M. Queen Victoria. Britain's Oldest Opera Company. Yeomen of the Guard [advertised with] Iolanthe by Gilbert Sullivan. Norwich Theatre Royal. Dates Mon. 18th to Sat. 23rd September 2000. "The world has gone Topsy-Turvy over Gilbert and Sullivan." "Presenting two of the best loved Savoy Operas in a true, traditional style."

Poster design: Text against purple background. Small illustrations of headsman's axe and Big Ben.
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[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., 2002
Country of origin: England.

[New] D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in association with Raymond Gubbay present Gilbert Sullivan. Iolanthe from 15 February [advertised with] The Yeomen of the Guard from 12 April. Savoy Theatre [London].

Poster design: Color poster with illustration of face [playing] card showing peer and tower warder. Background illustration of Big Ben and Tower of London.
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University of Michigan, 2002
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents The Yeomen of the Guard or The Merryman and His Maid. December 5-7 at 8 PM; December 7 2 PM. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre- Ann Arbor.

Poster design: Color illustration of a Yeomen with jester peeking from behind. Design by David Zinn.
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Jerusalem, 2008
Country of origin: Israel.

ENCORE! Educational Theatre Company presents The Yeomen of the Guard. Gilbert Sullivan's musical masterpiece. Stage Director Robert Binder. Musical Director Paul Salter. Choreographer Arlene Chertoff. Hirsch Theatre Beit Shmuel, Jerusalem.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors as Jack Point and Wilfred Shadbolt with schematic Tower of London in background.
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University of Michigan, 2008
Country of origin: USA.

University of Michigan Gilbert Sullivan Society. The Yeomen of the Guard. April 3-5 at 8 PM; April 5 6 at 2 PM. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Poster design: Jester's marotte in black and white with red area over right eye. Designed by David Zinn.
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Seattle, 2016
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle Gilbert Sullivan Society presents The Yeomen of the Guard by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Bagley Wright Theater. July 15,16,22,23,29,30 @ 7:30 PM. July 17,23,24,30 @ 2:00 PM. Tickets Available Now.

Poster design: Color reproduction of Dudley Hardy's image of Headsman.
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Adaptations
Ashland, OR, 2016
Country of origin: USA.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival 2016. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Libretto by W.S. Gilbert. Adapted by Sean Graney, Matt Kahler and Andra Velis Simon. Directed by Sean Graney.

Poster design: Color photographic illustration of K.T. Vogt as Warden Carruthers playing a guitar with actor protraying Fairfax in prison uniform. Old Western background.
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The Gondoliers
Productions
UK, ca. 1920
Country of origin: England.

Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co., Netherfield, Nottingham. No. 5633. No theatre identified.

Poster design: The brothers Palmieri, one on a throne.
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UK, ca. 1929
Country of origin: England.

The Gondoliers--or The King of Barataria. Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co., Netherfield, Nottingham and London. No. 3168. No theatre identified.

Poster design: The Grand Inquisitor, Don Alhambra del Bolero.
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UK, ca. 1929
Country of origin: England.

Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co., Netherfield, Nottingham; and London. No. 1337. No theatre identified.

Poster design: Face of contadine with scene of Venice in background.
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San Francisco, 1961
Country of origin: USA.

The Lamplighters present Gilbert and Sullivan's The Gondoliers. Fri. and Sat 8:30 pm. $2.00. Feb 11 thru May. Lamplighters Theatre, 236 McAllister St.

Poster design: Brightly colored cartoon figures of gondoliers with moustaches shaped like gondolas. Designed by Rex May.
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Stratford Festival, 1983
Country of origin: Canada.

June 6-July 31, 1983. Stratford Festival Canada. Avon Theatre. Artistic Director John Hirsch.

Poster design by Heather Cooper. Color illustration of a gondolier with two contadine.
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Houston, TX, 1987
Country of origin: USA.

Presented by The Gilbert Sullivan Society of Houston with Alistair Donkin as The Duke of Plaza-Toro. Alistair Donkin, Director. Robert Linder, Conductor. July 17,18,24,25 at 8 p.m. July 19 26 at 2:30 p.m. Wortham Center in the Lillie Roy Cullan Theater.

Poster design: Color image of playing card kings with gondola insert. Autographed by Alistair Donkin and Robert Linder.
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University of Michigan, 1988
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents Gilbert and Sullivan's The Gondoliers or The King of Barataria. Mendelssohn Theatre April 6,7,8,9 14,16 at 8 PM. April 9,10 16,17 at 2 PM and April 15 at 10 PM.

Poster design: Two color cartoon figure of a gondolier with a crown. Design by David Zinn.
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Seattle, 1992
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle Gilbert Sullivan Society Celebrates Its 38th Season! Gilbert Sullivan. The Gondoliers. Bagley Wright Theatre. July 10-11, 16-18, 22-25, [1992]. Matinees July 18 25

Poster design: Color lithograph of a gondolier. Designed and signed by Art Chantry. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
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University of Michigan, 1993
Country of origin: USA.

April 15-17 at 8 pm. April 17-18 at 2 pm. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Presented by the The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society.

Poster design: Two color illustration of the two gondoliers sharing one crown against a background of roses. Designed by David Zinn.
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Stratford Festival, 1995
Country of origin: Canada.

Stratford Festival. Canada. Illustration by Susan Benson.

Poster design: Color poster with single commedia dell'arte figure.
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Sydney, Australia, 2000
Country of origin: Australia.

Gilbert Sullivan's The Gondoliers. Additional Material by Melvyn Morrow. Conducted by Richard Gill / Simon Kenway (from July 15). Directed by Brian MacDonald. Starring Dennis Olsen. John Bolton-Wood. Grant Doyle. Angus Wood. Ingrid Silveus. Graeme Ewer. Arian Strooper. Lisa Russell. Tiffany Speight. Opera Australia at the Sydney Opera House. Opens 13 June.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors portraying Marco, Giuseppe, Don Alhambra del Bolero and ensemble.
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Carl Rosa tour, 2001
Country of origin: England.

Carl Rosa Opera. The Gondoliers by Gilbert Sullivan. By appointment to her Late Majesty Queen Victoria. Britain's Oldest Opera Company. The Golden Jubilee Production. Monday 18th - Saturday 23rd November. Mon-Thurs at 8 pm, Fri Sat at 7:30 pm. Matinees Wed Sat at 2 pm. Blackpool Grand Theatre. "The costumes are very gay...Everybody is much pleased." Her Majesty Queen Victoria, 1891.

Poster design: Color photograph of actress in costume. Poster signed by 8 members of the production.
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Jerusalem, 2012
Country of origin: Israel.

Encore! Educational Theatre Company presents Gilbert Sullivan's sunniest opera. Performed in English with Hebrew subtitles. The Gondoliers or, The King of Barataria. Stage direction by Robert Binder. Musical Directin by Paul Salter. Choreography by Judy Brown. Designed by Roxane Goodkin-Levy.Wed. 26 Dec.8:00 p.m./ Thurs. 27 Dec. 8:00 p.m./ Sat. 29 Dec. 8:30 p.m./ Sun. 30 Dec. 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m./ Tues 1 Jan. 8:00 p.m./ Thurs 7 June 8:00 p.m. Hirsch Theatre, Beit Shmuel, Jerusalem.
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University of Michigan, 2014
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert Sullivan Society presents Gilbert Sullivan's The Gondoliers or The King of Barataria. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Michigan League. April 10-13, 2014. Thurws-Sat at 8 p.m. Sat Sun at 2 p.m.

Poster design: Full color poster of a mask looming over a cartoon gondolier.
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York, England, 2019
Country of origin: England

York Opera presents Gilbert Sullivan's The Gondoliers. Oct. 22/ Oct. 26.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors as Marco and Giuseppe.
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University of Michigan, 2019
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert And Sullivan Society Presents The Gondoliers or, The King of Barataria April 18-21, 2019. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann Arbor. Thursday-Saturday at 8 pm. Saturday-Sunday at 2 pm.

Poster design: Illustration of Barataria postage stamp with portraits of the two "kings". Printed in three colors. Poster designed by Anna Gretzinger.
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Adaptations
Gondoliers: A Musical Feast, 2001
Country of origin: England.

Gondoliers. A Musical Feast. Bill Kenwright presents The Watermill Theatre production. Gilbert Sullivan as you've never seen them before! Adapted and Directed by John Doyle. Jusic adapted and arranged by Sarah Travis. Designed by Mark Bailey. Lighting Designed by Richard G. Jones. Apollo Theatre. London W1.

Poster design: Color photograph of actors in a restaurant. Pizza plate with laudatory quotes from newspaper reviews.
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The Gondoliers (or, the King of Rock and Roll), 2019
NTP [North Toronto Players] presents The Gondoliers (or, the King of Rock and Roll). By Gilbert and Sullivan with help from Michael Harms and John Ricciardelli. March 15,16,17,22,23,24 at the Papermill Theatre Todmorden Mills.

Poster design: Color illustration of Elvis Presley in a gondola.
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Utopia, Limited
Productions
University of Michigan, 1988
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents Utopia, Limited or The Flowers of Progress. Book and Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert. Music by Arthur Sullivan. Mendelssohn Theatre. December 7,8,9,10 at 8 PM. December 10,11 at 2 PM.

Poster design: Color stylized sunrise over tropical isle.
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Seattle, 1991
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle Gilbert Sullivan Society Celebrates Its 37th Season! Gilbert Sullivan. Utopia Limited. Bagley Wright Theatre. July 12-13, 18-20, 24-27, [1991]. Matinees July 20 27.

Poster design: Color lithograph of King Paramount and two Utopian maidens. Designed and signed by Art Chantry. Illustration by Mark Zingarelli.
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University of Michigan, 1999
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents Utopia (limited). December 2-4 at 8 p.m. December 4 and 5 at 2 p.m.

Poster design: Silhouette of a British gentleman and tropical foliage against orange and yellow background. Designed by David Zinn.
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Adaptations
Utopia Ltd (Berlin), 2019
Large format
Country of origin: Germany. Schlossplatztheater The MetaFiction Cabaret. Utopia Ltd. Text in German: [A punk operetta based on Gilbert Sullivan. Premiere 13 November 2019, 7 pm. 14 -24 November. Thursday - Sunday 7 pm.] Reinbeckhallen. Poster design: Color poster shows six cast members in punk gear against a green and orange striped background.
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Small format
Similar but smaller format to #289.
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The Grand Duke
Productions
Mount Oread, KS, 1970
Country of origin: USA

Mount Oread [Kansas] Gilbert and Sullivan Company. "The Grand Duke" by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. May 6-9, 1970, 8:00 P.M. Central Junior High School Auditorium. General Admission $2.00. K[ansas]. U[niversity]. Students $1.50. Tickets Available at University Theatre Box Office, Murphy Hall.

Poster design: Facsimile of the ochre and black D'Oyly Carte's Opera Company poster by Dudley Hardy for the original 1896 production. Verso contains catalogue of the University of Kansas Museum of Art Exhibiton which was mounted in conjunction with the International Conference on Gilbert and Sullivan, May 1970.
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Seattle, 1999
Country of origin: USA.

The Seattle [Washington] Gilbert Sullivan Society Celebrates Its 45th Season. July 1999. The Grand Duke [or] The Statutory Duel. Gilbert Sullivan. Producer, Mike Storie. Stage Director, Hal Ryder. Music Director, Alan Lund. July 9th-10th. 15th-17th. 22nd-24th. Bagley Wright Theatre at Seattle Center. 8 PM evenings on all above dates. 2 PM matinees Saturday July 10,17 24. Family nights on Friday July 9th and Thursdays July 15th 22nd. This show has been selected for presentation at the Sixth Annual International Gilbert Sullivan Festival, Buxton, England, August 11, 1999.

Poster design: Color illustration of Grand Duke Rudolph and Ernest Dummkopf against background of playing cards by Marilyn Webberley.
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University of Michigan, 2001
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society presents Gilbert Sullivan's The Grand Duke or The Statutory Duel at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theare. December 6-8 at 8 p.m./ Decembert 8 and 9 at 2 p.m.

Poster design: Illustration of Ludwig and Ernest holding their respective cards on a yellow background. Poster designed by David Zinn.
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University of Michigan, 2007
Country of origin: USA.

The University of Michigan Gilbert Sullivan Society presents a special 60th Anniversary celebreation based on the ultiate GS opera! The Grand Duke or the Satutory Duel. March 29-31 at 8 PM; March 31 at 1 PM. April 1 at 2 PM. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.

Poster design: Color illustration of three playing cards. Designed by David Zinn.
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D'Oyly Carte Company
D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, [ca. 1900, reprinted ca. 1950]
Country of origin: England.

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.

Poster designed by Dudley Hardy for the first revival of The Yeomen of the Guard at the Savoy Theatre, 1897. Poster was reprinted by David Allen ca. 1950 with official permission of D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Color image of headsman. Printed by David Allen Sons Ld., 17 Leicester St. London W. Belfast. Etc. 20-3. Y.G
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D'Oyly Carte. Gilbert Sullivan, ca. 1920
Country of origin: England. D'Oyly Carte. Gilbert Sullivan. Color lithographed poster designed by H.M.Brock (facsimile signature). Poster design: Ko-Ko with executioner's sword.
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Featuring Charles Ricketts 1926 costume designs, ca. 1960
Design for Ko-Ko, ca. 1960.
Country of origin: England.

Color lithograph. The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.

Poster design: Charles Ricketts 1926 costume design for Ko-Ko.
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Design for Katisha, ca. 1960.
Country of origin: England.

Color lithograph. The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.

Poster design: Charles Ricketts 1926 costume design for Kathisha.
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Peter Goffin designs for GS, D'Oyly Carte, ca. 1960
GS. D'Oyly Carte., ca. 1960
Country of origin: England. Stock poster designed by Peter Goffin for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company touring productions. One of eight designs in the collection, each with a different character from the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. Printed in three colors. Poster design: Goffin illustration of Ralph Rackstraw from H.M.S. Pinafore. A space at the bottom of the poster could be used for performance details. Printed by Allday, Green Welburn Ltd., Birmingham.
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GS. D'Oyly Carte, ca. 1960
Country of origin: England. Stock poster designed by Peter Goffin for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company touring productions. One of eight designs in the collection, each with a different character from the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. Printed in three colors. Poster design: Goffin illustration of the Pirate King from The Pirates of Penzance. A space at the bottom of the poster could be used for performance details. Printed by Allday Limited, Birmingham.
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GS. D'Oyly Carte, ca. 1960
Country of origin: England. Stock poster designed by Peter Goffin for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company touring productions. One of eight designs in the collection, each with a different character from the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. Printed in three colors. Poster design: Goffin illustration of Ko-Ko from The Mikado. A space at the bottom of the poster could be used for performance details. Printed by Dams Lock LImited, Birmingham.
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GS. D'Oyly Carte, ca. 1960
Country of origin: England. Stock poster designed by Peter Goffin for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company touring productions. One of eight designs in the collection, each with a different character from the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. Printed in three colors. Poster design: Goffin illustration of Jack Point from The Yeomen of the Guard. A space at the bottom of the poster could be used for performance details. Printed by Allday Limited, Birmingham.
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GS. D'Oyly Carte, ca. 1960
Country of origin: England. Stock poster designed by Peter Goffin for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company touring productions. One of eight designs in the collection, each with a different character from the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. Printed in three colors. Poster design: Goffin illustration of John Wellington Wells from The Sorcerer. A space at the bottom of the poster could be used for performance details. Printed by Dams Lock Limited, Birmingham.
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GS. D'Oyly Carte., ca. 1960
Country of origin: England. Stock poster designed by Peter Goffin for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company touring productions. One of eight designs in the collection, each with a different character from the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. Printed in three colors. Poster design: Goffin illustration of Patience from the opera Patience. A space at the bottom of the poster could be used for performance details. Printed by Allday Limited, Birmingham.
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GS. D'Oyly Carte, ca. 1960
Country of origin: England. Stock poster designed by Peter Goffin for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company touring productions. One of eight designs in the collection, each with a different character from the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. Printed in three colors. Poster design: Goffin illustration of the Fairy Queen from Iolanthe. A space at the bottom of the poster could be used for performance details. Printed by Dams Lock Limited, Birmingham.
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GS. D'Oyly Carte, ca. 1960
Country of origin: England. Stock poster designed by Peter Goffin for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company touring productions. One of eight designs in the collection, each with a different character from the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas. Printed in three colors. Poster design: Goffin illustration of Sir Despard Murgetroyd from Ruddigore. A space at the bottom of the poster could be used for performance details. Printed by Dams Lock Limited, Birmingham.
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The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in Gilbert and Sullivan Operas, 1961
Country of origin: England. Savoy Theatre [London]. The D'Oyly Carte Opera Trust presents The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in Gilbert and Sullivan Operas. Programme (Subject to Alteration): [Followed by the schedule of performances for 11 operas beginning December 11 and ending March 24. Notation is given for performances at which Sir Malcolm Sargent will conduct.] Poster design: Text only in black and red. Printer: Claridge, Lewis Jordan Ltd. [London]
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D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, 1964
Country of origin: USA. The D'Oyly Carte Opera Trust LTD. presents under the management of S. Hurok The World Famous D'Oyly Carte Opera Company from the Savoy Theatre, London under the personal supervision of Bridget D'Oyly Carte. Forrest Theatre Philadelphia. One Week Only! Mon. Nov. 9 thru Sat. Nov. 14. Poster design: Two color illustration of the Charles Ricketts costume design for Ko-Ko. Operas in repertoire (Iolanthe, The Pirates of Penzance, Trial By Jury and H.M.S. Pinafore, The Mikado) and dates for each. Printed by Artcraft Litho. Ptg. Col, New York, N.Y.
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D'Oyly Carte. Sadler's Wells Theatre., 1973
Country of origin: England. Gilbert and Sullivan. Sadler's Wells Theatre [London]. D'Oyly Carte. [Schedule of performances of ten operas beginning Dec. 17, 1973 and ending February 9, 1974.] Poster design: Text only with black and red lettering. Printed at Echo Press Ltd, Loughborough.
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D'Oyly Carte in Gilbert Sullivan, 1975
Country of origin: England. D'Oyly Carte in Gilbert Sullivan. Theatre Royal Newcastle [England]. Centenary Season. Monday Nov. 17th for two weeks. Evenings at 7:30. Matinees Weds Sats at 2:30. Poster design. Text only on red background. Schedule of performances of five operas beginning Nov. 17 and ending Nov. 29.
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D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Gilbert Sullivan, 1976
Country of origin: USA. James M. Nederlander Presents by arrangement with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Trust Limited and Dame Bridget D'Oyly Carte. D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Gilbert Sullivan. 101st Anniversary Year. The One. The Only. The Original! Company of 90. Full Symphony Orchestra. [Oversized poster for the 1976 North American tour.] Poster design: Stylized illustrations by Vincent Attisano of characters from four of the operas. Blue-green on white background.
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D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, 1976
Country of origin: USA. James M. Nederlander Presents The One! The Only! The Original! D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Gilbert Sullivan. "The Mikado" "HMS Pinafore" "The Pirates of Penzance" Three weeks only! Uris Theatre [New York]. Tues, May 4 thru Sunday Matinee May 23 [1976]. Poster design: Color illustrations of characters from the operas by Vincent Attisano.
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Scotland, 1977
Country of origin: Scotland. Theatre Royal Glasgow. Monday September 19th For Two Weeks. D'Oyly Carte in association with the Scottish Arts Council. Gilbert and Sullivan. [Followed by the schedule of performances for 6 operas beginning Sept. 19th and ending Oct. 1st.] Printer: Echo Press Ltd., Loughborough. Poster design: Text only in black and red.
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D'Oyly Carte, 1980
Country of origin: England. D'Oyly Carte in association with Barclays Bank present Gilbert Sullivan 8th July to 2nd August 1980. Sadlers Wells Theatre. Rosebery Avenue EC1 [London]. Printed at Echo Press Ltd., London. Poster design: Cartoon of Lord Chancellor against blue background.
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D'Oyly Carte... presents Gilbert Sullivan, 1980
D'Oyly Carte... Presents Gilbert Sullivan, 1980
Country of origin: England. D'Oyly Carte in Association with Barclays Bank Presents Gilbert Sullivan from 22nd December to 21st February 1981. Sadler's Wells Theatre. The world's best loved musicals. One of five posters in the collection designed for the 1980-1981 D'Oyly Carte Opera Company London Season. Poster design: Color poster with illustration of the Fairy Queen from Iolanthe.
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D'Oyly Carte... Presents Gilbert Sullivan, 1980
Country of origin: England. D'Oyly Carte in Association with Barclays Bank Presents Gilbert Sullivan from 22nd December to 21st February 1981. Sadler's Wells Theatre. The world's best loved musicals. One of five posters in the collection designed for the 1980-1981 D'Oyly Carte Opera Company London Season. Poster design: Color poster with illustration of Katish from The Mikado.
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D'Oyly Carte... Presents Gilbert Sullivan, 1980
Country of origin: England. D'Oyly Carte in Association with Barclays Bank Presents Gilbert Sullivan from 22nd December to 21st February 1981. Sadler's Wells Theatre. The world's best loved musicals. One of five posters in the collection designed for the 1980-1981 D'Oyly Carte Opera Company London Season. Poster design: Color poster with illustration of The Mikado from the opera The Mikado.
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D'Oyly Carte... Presents Gilbert Sullivan, 1980
Country of origin: England. D'Oyly Carte in Association with Barclays Bank Presents Gilbert Sullivan from 22nd December to 21st February 1981. Sadler's Wells Theatre. The world's best loved musicals. One of five posters in the collection designed for the 1980-1981 D'Oyly Carte Opera Company London Season. Poster design: Color poster with illustration of Jack Point from The Yeomen of the Guard.
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D'Oyly Carte... Presents Gilbert Sullivan, 1980
Country of origin: England. D'Oyly Carte in Association with Barclays Bank Presents Gilbert Sullivan from 22nd December to 21st February 1981. Sadler's Wells Theatre. One of five posters in the collection designed for the 1980-1981 D'Oyly Carte Opera Company London Season. Poster design: Color poster with cartoon illustrations used as a logo by the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.
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D'Oyly Carte... Present a Season of Gilbert Sullivan, 1981
Country of origin: England. D'Oyly Carte in association with Barclays Bank present a Season of Gilbert Sullivan from November 18th, 1981 to February 27th, 1982. Guest Artists: Valerie Masterson, Sir Charles Mackerras, John Reed, Pamela Field, Laureen Livingstone, Sandra Dugdale, Jill Washington. Poster issued for the final performances of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company [London]. Poster design: Black and white poster with text for dates of performances for each guest artist. Photograph portraits of each artist.
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Notice of auction of D'Oyly Carte items at Christie's, 1984
Country of origin: England.

G S. D'Oyly Carte. Christie's South Kensington will offer for sale at the Lyric Hammersmith selected items from the D'Oyly Carte wardrobe. Tuesday 24th January 1984. The sale comprises 200 lots. Viewing will be from 9:30 am to 4 pm, the doors will open at 5 pm and the sale starts at 6 pm on January 24th 1984......[additional text regarding ticket prices].

Poster design: Text within three color proscenium design [by Peter Goffin] associated with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.
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Productions by Sullivan without Gilbert
Haddon Hall, UK, 1910
Squire holding up a glass of wine
Country of origin: England. Haddon Hall [Comic opera with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by Sidney Grundy]. Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co., Netherfield, Nottingham. No. 5911. No theatre identified. Poster design: Squire holding up a glass of wine.
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Woman with riding crop
Country of origin: England. "Haddon Hall" Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co.,Ltd. Netherfield, near Nottingham. No. 5101. No theatre identified. Poster design: Woman with riding crop.
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Woman with riding crop raising a glass, with portrait in background
Country of origin: England. "Haddon Hall" Color lithographed stock poster printed by Stafford Co.,Ltd. Netherfield, near Nottingham. No. 878. No theatre identified. Poster design: Woman with riding crop raising a glass, with portrait in background.
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Ivanhoe, London, 1973
Country of origin: U.K. Beaufort Opera Presents (in association with Fulham Good Neighbour Service) Arthur Sullivan's Grand Opera Ivanhoe. Fulham Municipal Orchestra. Full Company Chorus. Conductor: Joseph Vandernoot. Producer: Max Miradin. Thurs. May 31st, Fri. 1st Sat. 2nd June 1973. Hurlingham School Theatre. Peterborugh Road, S.W.6. Poster design: Text only printed in purple.
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The Light of the World, London, 1982
Country of origin [U.K.]

Parish Church of St. John The Evangalist (The Festival Church) Waterloo Road, London S.E.1. Satuday March 27th 1982, 7:30 pm. Sir Arthur Sullivan "The Light of the World" (Oratorio). Presentedf by Southwark Music in association with the Southwark Arts Council and the Southwark Institute of Adult Education. Supported by: London South of England Building Society.

Poster design: Organist at organ printed in blue.
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Cox and Box and Trial by Jury, University of Michigan, 1986
Country of origin: USA. The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society With The Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra presents Trial by Jury and Cox and Box. July 3-6. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. July 3,4,5. 8:00 PM. July 5,6. 2:00 PM. Ann Arbor Summer Festival. Poster design: Two color illustration of Judge and woman holding a scale with Cox and Box on either side.
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Ivanhoe, Boston, 1991
Country of origin: USA. Boston Academy of Music presents the American premiere of Sir Arthur Sullivan's Grand Opera Ivanhoe. November 23, 1991. 8:00 PM. Jordan Hall at New England Conservatory. Poster design: Black and white illustration of a medieval knight on horse against gray background.
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The Zoo, Stratford Festival, 1995
Country of origin: Canada.

Shaw Festival Lunchtime Theatre. The Zoo by Arthur Sullivan and Bolton Rowe. Royal George Theatre until October 29. All seats $15.

Poster design: Inset photograph of Stephen Simms [as Aesculapius Carboy] and Karen Wood [as Laetitia Grinder] against gray background of illustration by J.J. Grandville of animals dressed in human clothing. Photo by David Cooper. Design by Scott McKowen.
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Cox Box, London, 2002
Country of origin: England.

Sir Arthur Sullivan's comic opera in one act. Cox Box [English tour of Estonian production.] Starring Mart Sander, Roland Liiv Rando Piho. Direction, production translation: Mart Sander. Executive production (UK tour): Lisa Arnold. Aug. 18th, International Gilbert Sullivan Festival, Buxton. Aug. 21st, London Estonian Society, Ukraine Club, Holland Park. Aug. 22nd, Grim's Dyke Hotel, Harrow. Bel-Etage. Revue-Theatre. We gratefully acknowledge the support of 8th International GS Festival, London Estonian Society, Grim's Dyke Hotel, Estonian Embassy London, Sir Arthur Sullivan Society Members of Savoynet, Estonian Ministry of Culture, Estonian Air, Eesti Kasitoo, Liviko.

Poster design: Photographs of actors portraying Cox and Box in playing card format on black and white background.
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Pineapple Poll, Seattle, 2004
H.M.S. Pinafore Producer: Mike Storie. Director: Christine Goff. Music Director: Bernard Kwiram. [advertised with] Pinapple Poll. Based on a poem by W.S. Gilbert with music by Arthur Sullivan. Arranged by Charles Mackerras. Gilbert Sullivan in Dance. By Spectrum Dance Theatre. Donald Byrd, Artistic Director. July 9-10, 15-17, 22-24, 29-31, 2004. Bagley Wright Theater at Seattle Center.

Poster design: Color poster with illustration of two children looking at masted ship. Designed by Christian Salas.
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Cox Box- Mrs. Bouncer's Legacy, 2014
Country of origin: England.

World Premier [of] The Stephen Joseph Theatre Company [Scarborough] in Sir Arthur Sullivan's Cox Box - Mrs. Bouncer's Legacy. Adapted, with a sequel, by Chris Monks Richard Atkinson. 3 July-30

Poster design: Color poster with illustrations of costumes for the three characters.
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The Golden Legend, Nuremburg, 2019
Large format
Country of origin: Germany.

Performance of the Hans-Sachs Choir in association with the German Sullivan Society. Edward Elgar: Sea Pictures. Ralph Vaughan Williams: Songs of Travel. Arthur Sullivan: The Golden Legend. 24 March 2019.

Poster design: Three color poster. German text only.
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Small format
Similar but smaller format to #243.
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The Zoo, Finland, 2000
Country of origin: Finland. The Zoo. Pienoisooppera. Savellys Arthur Sullivan. Ohjaus Kirsi Sulonen. [Dates in Finninsh]. Designed for Muuppera production. Poster image: Color photograph of cast members with cameras in front of barbed wire.
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Productions by Gilbert without Sullivan
Engaged, U.K., 2002
Country of origin: England.

Engaged by W.S. Gilbert. Orange Tree Theatre. Directed by Tim Carroll. Designed by Sam Dowson. November 27 - January 11.

Poster design: Illustration of W.S. Gilbert on blue and purple. Designed by Module.
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A Sensation Novel, Baltimore, 2015
Country of origin: USA.

A Sensation Novel. A musical play in 3 volumes. September 11 - October 4, 2015. Book: W.S. Gilbert. Music: Michael Nash T. German Reed. Director: Michael Blum. Musical Director: Erica Rome. Featuring: Autumn Boyle, Jim Knost, Brian Karszewski, Connor Moore, and Evangeline Ridgaway. Spotlighters Theatre. 817 Saint Paul Street-Baltimore, MD.

Poster design: Color printed design (book volume with melodramatic scene) reproduced from the 1871 poster for the original production at the Royal Gallery of Illustration [London].
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Additional films relating to Gilbert and Sullivan
The Girl Said No, 1937
Country of origin: USA.

Thrill to Gilbert Sullivan Operettas "The Mikado" "Pinafore" "Ruddigore" "Patience". Edward Alperson presents The Girl Said No. With Irene Hervey. Robert Armstrong. William Daforth Frank Moulan. Produced and Directed by Andrew L. Stone. Screenplay by Betty Laidlaw and Robert Lively. A Grand National Picture. Copyright 1937 by Grand Natinal Films, Inc. All rights reserved. Country of Origin, U.S.A. Continental Litho. Corp. Cleveland, O. 7658. This poster leased from Grand National Films, Inc. It must not be traded, sold, given away or sub-leased without the consent of Grand National Films, Inc.

Poster design: Color poster with illustrations based on photographs of the two main film stars and scenes from the film.
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The Return of Gilbert and Sullivan, 1950
Country of origin: USA.

Joseph Justman presents The Return of Gilbert and Sulivan. An Irving Allen Production. With The Sportsmen. Melville Cooper. Billy Gray. Tudor Owen. Dee Turnwill. Mara Lynn. Produced by Irving Allen. Directed by Irving Allen and Sid Kuller. Screenplay and Lyrics by sid Kuller. Released by Lippert Pictures, Inc. Printed in U.S.A. Property of National Screen Service Corp. Licensed for Display in Connection with the Exhibition of this Picture ar your Theatre. Must be Returned Immediately Thereafter. 52/162.

Poster design: Color poster with photographs of swing dancers. Captions: "It's lyrical, satirical, hysterical FUN." "Hop to a BE-BOPeretta in GALorious COLOR!
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The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan, 1953
This film is variously known as Gilbert and Sullivan, The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan, and The Great Gilbert and Sullivan.

The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan, UK, 1952
Country of origin: England.

The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan. Color by Technicolor. Staring Robert Morley. Maurice Evans. Eileen Herlie. Martyn Green. With the glorious voices of D'Oyly Carte Opera Company. Music by London Symphony Orchestra.

Poster design: Three color poster features illustrated heads of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Names of eight of their comic operas are at the bottom of poster. Printed for the 1952 film released in the United Kingdom by British Lion.
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The Great "Gilbert and Sullivan" , USA, 1952
Country of origin: USA.

The Great "Gilbert and Sullivan." In color by Technicolor. Great in Song! Great in Romance! Great in Lusty Humor! Starring Robert Morley. Maurice Evans. Co-starring Eileen Herlie. With Martyn Green. With the D'Oyly Carte Co. A Launder-Gilliat Production. Directed by Sidney Gilliat. Screenplay by Sidney Gilliat and Leslie Baily. A London Films Presentation. A Lopert Films Release. Distriuted thru United Artists. Copyright 1952. United Artists Corporation. Country of Origin U.S.A. Property of National Screen Service Corp. Licensed for display only in connection with the exhibition of this picture at your theatre. Must be returned immediately thereafter. 54 / 62.

Poster design: Color poster with scenes from the film. Oval contains names of "Gilbert Sullivan's Greatest Hits."
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The Great "Gilbert and Sullivan", 1952
Country of origin: USA.

Great in Romance! Great in Lusty Humor! Great in Song! The Great "Gilbert and Sullivan." Color by Technicolor. Starring Robert Morley. Maurice Evans. With Mrartyn Green. Co-starring Eileen Herlie. With The D'Oyly Carte Co. A Launder-Gilliat Production. Directed by Sidney Gilliat. Screenplay by Sidney Gilliat and Leslie Bailey. A London Films Presentation. A Lopert Films Release. Distributed thru United Artists. Property of National Screen Service Corp. Licensed for display only in connection with the exhibition of this picture at your theatre. Must be returned immediately thereafter. 54/62.

Poster design: Horizontal color poster with illustrations of scenes from the film based on photographs. Oval box containing names of "Gilbert Sullivan's Greatest Hits!"
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The Great "Gilbert and Sullivan", USA, 1952
Country of origin: USA.

Greeat in Song! Great in Romance! Great in Lusty Humor! The Great "Gilbert and Sullivan." In color by Technicolor. Starring Robert Morley. Maurice Evans. With Martyn Green. Co-starring Eileen Herlie. With The D'Oyly Carte Co. A Launder-Gilliat Production. Directed by Sidney Gilliat. Screenplay by Sidney Gilliat and Leslie Bailey. A London Films Presentation. A Lopert Films Release. Distributed thru United Artists. 2433 Copyright 1952 United Artists Corp. Litho in U.S.A. Property of National Screen Service Corp. Licensed for display in connection with the exhibition of this picture at your theatre. Must be returned immediately thereafter. 54/62.

Poster design: Vertical color poster with illustrations of scenes from the film based on photographs. Oval box containing names of "Gilbert Sullivan's Greatest Hits!"
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Topsy-Turvy, 1999
USA, 1999
Jim Broadbent. Allan Corduner. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manville. Topsy-Turvy. A film by Mike Leigh. Gilbert Sullivan So Much More. The egos. The battles. The words. The music. The women. The scandals. October Films presents in association with Thin Man Films, The Greenlight Fund, Newmarket Capital Group A Simon Channing-Williams production of a Mike Leigh film. Jim Broadbent. Allan Corduner. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manvill. Ron Cook. Wendy Nottingham. Kevin McKidd. Shirley Henderson. Dorothy Atkinson. Martin Savage. Eleanor David. "Topsy-Turvy".

Poster design: Large fan containing color photograph of Jim Broadbent as W.S. Gilbert and Allan Corduner as Arthur Sullivan against background of artist interpretation of scenes from the film.
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USA, 1999
Jim Broadbent. Allan Corduner. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manville. Topsy-Turvy. A film by Mike Leigh. Gilbert Sullivan So Much More. The egos. The battles. The words. The music. The women. The scandals. October Films presents in association with Thin Man Films, The Greenlight Fund, Newmarket Capital Group A Simon Channing-Williams production of a Mike Leigh film. Jim Broadbent. Allan Corduner. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manvill. Ron Cook. Wendy Nottingham. Kevin McKidd. Shirley Henderson. Dorothy Atkinson. Martin Savage. Eleanor David. "Topsy-Turvy". Casting: Nina Gold. Associate producer: Georgina Lowe. Sound recordist: Tim Fraser. Make-up hair designer: Christine Blundell. Costume designer: Lindy Hemming. Production designer: Eve Stewart. Music from Arthur Sullivan: Carl Davis. Editor: Robin Sales. Cinematography: Dick Pope B.S.C. Producer: Simon Channing-Williams. Written and directed by Mike Leigh. October Films. USA Films.

Poster design: Large fan containing color photograph of Jim Broadbent as W.S. Gilbert and Allan Corduner as Arthur Sullivan against background of artist interpretation of scenes from the film. Poster designed for the American distribution of the 1999 film.
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UK, 1999
A film by Mike Leigh. Topsy-Turvy. Jim Broadbent. Allan Cordenur. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manville. Natinal Society of Film Critics (USA) New York Film Critics Society Winner Best Picture. Best Director-Mike Leigh. Venice Film Festival Winner Best Actor Jim Broadbent. Thin Man Films. The Greenlight Fund. Newmarket Capital Group present a Simon Channing-Williams Production of a Mike Leigh film. Jim Broadbent. Allan Corduner. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manville. Ron Cook. Wendy Nottingham. Kevin McKidd. Shirly Henderson. Dorothy Atkinson. Martin Savage. Eleanor David. Casting: Nina Gold. Associate producer: Georgina Lowe. Sound recordist: Tim Fraser. Make-up hair designer: Christine Blundell. Costume designer: Lindy Hemming. Production designer: Eve Stewart. Music from Arthur Sullivan: Carl Davis. Editor: Robin Sales. Cinematography: Dick Pope B.S.C. Producer: Simon Channing-Williams. Written and directed by Mike Leigh. Pathé [distribution].

Poster design: Color illustration of a figure with two faces [presumably W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan] combined into one dressed in a robe containing images of characters in the film. Poster designed for the British distribution of the 1999 film.
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France, 1999
Par le realisateur de "Secrets et Mesonges." Jim Broadbent. Allan Cordenur. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manville. Topsy-Turvy. un film de Mike Leigh. Thin Man Films. The Greenlight Fund. Newmarket Capital Group. Presentent Une Production Simon Channing-Williams. Un film de Mike Leigh. Topsy-Turvy. Jim Broadbent. Allan Corduner. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manville. Ron Cook. Wendy Nottingham. Kevin McKidd. Shirly Henderson. Dorothy Atkinson. Martin Savage. Eleanor David. Alison Steadman. Casting: Nina Gold. Production associe: Georgina Lowe. Ingeneur du son: Tim Fraser. Maquillage et coiffure: Christine Blundell. Costumes: Lindy Hemming. Decors: Eve Stewart. Musique de Carl Davis apres les oevres de Arthur Sullivan. Montage: Robin Sales. Image: Dick Pope B.S.C. Producteur: Simon Channing-Williams. Ecrit et Realise par Mike Leigh. Pathé distribution.

Poster design: Color illustration of a figure with two faces [presumably W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan] combined into one dressed in a robe containing images of characters in the film. Oversized poster designed for the French distribution of the 1999 film.
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USA (home video release), 2000
Jim Broadbent. Allan Corduner. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manville. Topsy-Turvy. A film by Mike Leigh. Gilbert Sullivan So Much More. The egos. The battles. The words. The music. The women. The scandals. October Films presents in association with Thin Man Films, The Greenlight Fund, Newmarket Capital Group A Simon Channing-Williams production of a Mike Leigh film. Jim Broadbent. Allan Corduner. Timothy Spall. Lesley Manvill. Ron Cook. Wendy Nottingham. Kevin McKidd. Shirley Henderson. Dorothy Atkinson. Martin Savage. Eleanor David. "Topsy-Turvy". Casting: Nina Gold. Associate producer: Georgina Lowe. Sound recordist: Tim Fraser. Make-up hair designer: Christine Blundell. Costume designer: Lindy Hemming. Production designer: Eve Stewart. Music from Arthur Sullivan: Carl Davis. Editor: Robin Sales. Cinematography: Dick Pope B.S.C. Producer: Simon Channing-Williams. Written and directed by Mike Leigh. October Films. USA Films. Now available on home video. USA Home Entertainment.

Poster design: Poster designed for the American home video distribution of the 1999 film. Large fan containing color photograph of Jim Broadbent as W.S. Gilbert and Allan Corduner as Arthur Sullivan against background of artist interpretation of scenes from the film. Printed in U.S.A.
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Miscellaneous
W.H. Clark with Boston Ideal Opera Company, 1883
Country of origin: USA.

Academy of Music. Commencing Monday, April 9th. W.H. Clark with Boston Ideal Opera Company.

Poster design: Lithograph portrait of W.H. Clark by Armstrong Co., Boston. Portions of advertising stickers attached.
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A Panorama of Gilbert Sullivan, 1948
Country of origin: USA.

A Panorama of Gilbert Sullivan. Conceived and Painted by Lucille Corcos.

Poster design: Created for Life Magazine. Color illustrations of 11 of the Gilbert and Sullivan operas. Printed in U.S.A. by Tricorn Press, Inc. N.Y.
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S.M. Chartok presents Gilbert Sullivan Operettas, 1952
Country of origin: USA.

S.M. Chartock presents a limited season of Gilbert Sullivan Operettas. Mark Hellinger Theatre [New York]. Lehman Engel, Musical Director. With a Cast of Gifted Savoyards. Featuring "The Mikado"; Pirates of Penzance"; H.M.S. Pinafore" and "Trial By Jury"; "Iolanthe." Directed by Mr. Chartock. Settings by Ralph Alswang. Costuming by Peggy Morrison. See Newspapers For Current Operetta.

Poster design: Text in red and black. Four cartoon illustrations from the operas.
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American Savoyards in Gilbert Sullivan, 1965
Country of origin: USA.

Jeff Britton presents Dorothy Raedler's American Saoyards in Gilbert Sullivan. "The Mikado"; H.M.S. Pinafore"; "Iolanthe"; "Ruddigore"; "The Gondoliers"; "The Yeomen of the Guard." Tues. thru Sun. Evgs. 8:40. Matinees Sat. Sun. at 4:00. Jan Hus Playhouse [New York]. Raves From All The Critics! Delightful Musical Comedies for the Entire Family.

Poster design: Text only in blue and pink. Printed by Artcraft Litho. Ptg. Co., Inc., N.Y.C. 491.
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City Center. Gilbert Sullivan, 1968
Country of origin: USA.

City Center. Gilbert Sullivan. Designed by Jim Dine for the 25th anniversary of the New York City Center for Music and Drama. Limited edition of 1000. Combined offset and lithograph print.

Poster design: Pink and dark red poster with commedia dell'arte figures. Gold vertical stripe. Printed signature of Jim Dine.
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The Australian Opera Returns with Gilbert Sullivan, 1971
The Australian Opera Returns with Gilbert Sullivan. The Mikado. The Gondoliers. The Australian Opera's overseas stars fly Alitalia.

Poster design: Color illustration by Rowell of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, each with wings flying over Australian landmarks. Verso contains text and photographs with information about the productions.
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An Evening with Gilbert and Sullivan in Concert, 1982
Country of origin: England.

Richmond Theatre. Week Commencing Monday, 8th November, 1982. Second City Management in association with Gordon Mackenzie presents An Evening With Gilbert and Sullivan in Concert with Former Members of the D"Oyly Carte Opera Company. Including Kenneth Sandford, John Ayldon, Geoffrey Shovelton, Patricia Leonard, Vivian Tierney, Lorraine Daniels, Meston Reid, Alistair Donkin.

Poster design: Text in red over background of blue musical notes. Printer W.E. Berry Ltd......Bradford.
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Gilbert Sullivan, 1984
Country of origin: Austria.

Volksoper. Samstag. 18, Februar 1984. Gilbert Sullivan. Eine Revue von Lida Winiewicz und Helmut Baumann. unter Verwendung der musikalisch-literarischen Hinterlassenschaft von Sir Arthur S. Sllivan und Sir William S. Gilbert. Texte: Lida Winiewicz. Musik von Arthur Seymour Sullivan. eingerichtet von Caspar Richter.

Poster design: Text only, black lettering, decorative border. Lists entire cast and production details.
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Mobil Presents The Compleat Gilbert and Sullivan..., 1984
Country of origin: USA.

Mobil Presents The Compleat Gilbert and Sullivan. The Very Model of a Modern Major Musicale. The Yeomen of the Guard. The Gondoliers. Trial By Jury / Cox and Box, The Mikado. Host: Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Beginning Wednesday, March 21, 8:00 PM Channel 13, PBS. The Yeomen of the Guard, March 21. The Gondoliers, April 11. Trial By Jury / Cox and Box, May 2. The Mikado, June 6. Mobil. The Gilbert and Sullivan Operas, Published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Available at Local Bookstores.

Poster design: Text in four colors. Al Hirschfeld caricatures of each of the televised productions. Design by Chermayeff Geismar.
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Gilbert Sullivan, 1984
Country of origin: Canada.

Gilbert Sullivan. Stratford Festival Canada. 32nd Season. 1984.

Poster designed by Heather Cooper. Color illustration of woodland setting with characters from The Mikado, Iolanthe and The Gondoliers. Masked women and swans in the foreground.
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A du Maurier Celebration of Gilbert Sullivan, 1987
Country of origin: Canada

A du Maurier Celebration of Gilbert Sullivan. Toronto May 6-17, 1987. The Week. May 10-16. Watch for special events including daily concerts at Nathan Phillips Square (12-2 p.m.). The International Symposium. May 15-17. Includes workshops, seminars, costume ball, two productions, pot-pourri and much more. Centred at Edward Johnson Bilding, University of Toronto. The Production: Utopia Limited. May 6-9 and May 16. First presentation in Toronto for thirty-four years of this exciting and colourful show. Great music. Produced by The Gilbert Sullivan Society of Toronto.

Poster design by Charmaine Lurch and Kimberly Smith. Color illustration of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan on a tropical island with a group of characters from their operas.
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University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society (UMGASS), 1987
Country of origin: USA.

40 YEARS. The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society. UMGASS. Gloria Bennish Founder. A Source of Innocent Merriment For 40 Years.

Poster design: Caricatures of Gilbert and Sullivan against color titles of their operas. Inset drawing of Bennish. Designed by Julie Tanguay-Hoover.
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Susan Benson. Artist / Designer, 1988
Country of origin: Canada.

Susan Benson. Artist/Designer. The Gallery Stratford. May 30-September 4.

Poster design: Color reproduction of pastel portrait of Christina James as Katisha in the 1982 Stratford Festival production of The Mikado. Pastel reproduction is signed "Susan Benson '82".
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The Ohio Light Opera, 1990
Country of origin: USA.

The Ohio Light Opera.

Poster design: Color reproduction of "A Panorama of Gilbert Sullivan" by Lucille Corcos with her illustrations for 11 of the comic operas.
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Telarc Digital Stereo recording of The Mikado, 1991
Country of origin: USA.

Telarc Digital Stereo CD-80284. Gilbert and Sullivan. The Mikado. Charles Mackerras. Orchestra Chorus of the Welsh National Opera. Donald Adams. Anthony Rolf-Johnson. Richard Suart. Richard Van Allen. Nicholas Folwell. Marie McLaughlin. Anne Howells. Janice Watson. Felicity Palmer.

Poster design by Hillary Knight for the release of the compact disc recording. Color illustration of the Mikado, Nanki-Poo and the Three Little Maids from School.
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Telarc Digital Stereo recording of The Pirates of Penzance, 1993
Country of origin: USA

Telarc Digital Stereo. Gilbert and Sullivan. The Pirates of Penzance. Sir Charles Mackerras. Orchestra and Chorus of the Welsh National Opera. John Mark Ainsley. Rebecca Evans. Richard Van Allan. Donald Adams. Richard Suart. Gillian Knight. Julie Gossage. Jenevora Williams. Nicholas Folwell.

Poster design by Hilary Knight for the release of the compact disc recording. Color illustration of characters of the opera observed by a pirate.
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International Gilbert Sullivan Festival, 1994
Country of origin: England. International Gilbert Sullivan Festival. A Festival of the World's Most Popular Comic Operas. The Opera House-Buxton. July 31st-August 12th 1994. Poster design: Color poster with profiles of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, and six characters from their operas. Poster contains schedule of performances.
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Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure at Sir Arthur Sullivan's, A Play in Two Acts, 1996
Country of origin: England.

Stage One Theatre Company in Association with Tim Heath Present a World Premiere. Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure at Sir Arthur Sullivan's. By Tim Heath, after Arthur Conan Doyle. With Miles Richardson, Andrew Bridgmont, Fiona Evans and Dominic Gray. Theatre Warehouse. Adjacent East Croydon. Wednesday 30th October-Sunday 17th November.

Poster design: Black, white and pink poster with violin and other small illustrations. Inscribed on verso by the author.
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The 4th International Gilbert Sullivan Festival, USA, 1997
Country of origin: USA

Gilbert Sullivan. 4th International Gilbert Sullivan Festival. It's Back. It's Better. It's Bigger. The Zellerbach Theater Philadelphia Pa. July 19-27, 1997.

Poster design: Color poster with parade of Gilbert Sullivan characters and festival schedule.
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Ohio Light Opera, 1998
Country of origin: USA.

Ohio Light Opera Celebrating 20 Years. The College of Wooster [Ohio]. 1998 Season Repertoire--James Stuart, Artistic Director. Bitter Sweet by Noel Coward. H.M.S. Pinafore by Gilbert and Sullivan. Wiener Blut by Johann Strauss. The Chocolate Soldier by Oscar Straus. The Arcadians by Lionel Monckton. The Bayadere by Emmerick Kalman. Iolanthe by Gilbert Sullivan. Trial by Jury by Gilbert Sullivan. Regrets Only by James Stuart Jacques Offenbach.

Poster design: Color poster with full length photograph of James Stuart and 28 smaller photographs of Stuart in identified roles from previous productions.
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University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society (UMGASS), 1999
Country of origin: USA.

UMGASS. The University of Michigan Gilbert and Sullivan Society.

Poster design: Color illustration of a round stained glass window, each pane of which has a Gilbert and Sullivan reference. Design by David Zinn.
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International Gilbert Sullivan Festival, 2000
Country of origin: England.

International Gilbert Sullivan Festival, 2000. Entertainment for all the family. Buxton Opera House. 29 July to 20 August. Supported by High Peak Borough Council.

Poster design: Color photographs of five performers in costume with schedule of daily performances.
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New York Gilbert Sullivan Players, 2003
Country of origin: USA.

New York Gilbert Sullivan Players. Albert Bergeret, Artistic Director. The Pirates of Penzance. January 10-12, 2003. The Mikado. January 17-19, 2003. The Gondoliers. January 24-26, 2003. City Center. West 55th between 6th and 7th.

Poster design: Color photograph of Keith Jurosko as "the Mikado".
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The 11th International Gilbert Sullivan Festival, 2004
Country of origin: England.

The 11th International Gilbert Sullivan Festival. Featuring The Gilbert Sullivan Opera Company, The New York Gilbert Sullivan Players, Opera Della Luna, Grim's Dyke Opera PLUS 12 of the very best performing companies and a full Festival "Fringe" programme. 31st July to 22nd August. Buxton Opera House, Derbyshire. Text includes dates and details of all performances.

Poster design: Color illustrations of 16 characters from the operas.
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A Celebration of Gilbert Sullivan, 2017
Country of origin: USA.

A Celebration of Gilbert Sullivan [at George Mason University]. From the Collection of David and Annabelle Stone. April 18-May 27, 2017. Buchanan Partners Gallery Reception April 27th 6-8 P.M. More Gilbert Sullivan Events at Mason This Spring! [etc.]

Poster design: Color poster with examples of historic photographs and a souvenir from the exhibition.
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The 24th International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival, 2017
Country of origin: UK

We Are Back! The 24th International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival. Harrogate Royal Hall. 4-20 August 2017. Now in its 24th year. The Greatest Gilbert Sullivan Show on Earth.

Poster design: Festival schedule with color photographs of performers in costume.
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The 26th International Gilbert Sullivan Festival, 2019
Country of origin: UK

The 26th International Gilbert Sullivan Festival. The Royal Hall, Harrogate. 7th-18th August 2019. The World's Greatest Celebration of Gilbert Sullivan.

Poster design: Color photo-montage of cast members.
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Photographs
Trial by Jury
John Reed as the Judge in the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company production, 1955
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1955. 10 x 8 in. D'Oyly Carte American tour.
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Sorcerer
D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., original London production, ca. 1884
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Feb. 1885. Image 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 in. Jessie Bond as Constance.
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H.M.S. Pinafore
People's Theatre, Minneapolis, undated, ca. 1889
Minneapolis, MN: Anderson Palmer. "Scene from H.M.S. Pinafore. People's Theatre.....Negative by Gas Light." 7 x 9 3/8 in. photograph mounted on 11 x 14 board with printed label and autographed by theatre manager.
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Unidentified production, Minneapolis, undated, ca. 1890
Minneapolis MN: C.H. Galbraith. 6 x 8 in. photograph mounted on 10 x 12 in board. Male cast members of H.M.S. Pinafore.
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Unidentified production, Greenwich, CT, [1909].
Greenwich, CT: Rahmn Carling, 1909. A set of seven photographs of amateur actors in a production of H.M.S. Pinafore. Each photograph mounted on cardboard. Images 5 x 3 7/8 in.
7 Photographic Prints

Casino Theatre, New York, 1911
Unknown phtotographer. 11 x 14in. Eugene Cowles as Bill Bobstay, Alice Brady as Hebe, Louise Gunning as Josephine, and Arthur Aldridge as Ralph.
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Hippodrome Theatre, New York, 1913
William Hinshaw as Capt. Corcoran and Josephine Jacoby as Little Buttercup
New York: White. 13.25 x 10.5in.
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William Hinshaw as Capt. Corcoran, Harrison Brockbank as Sir Joseph and Ruby Cutler Savage as Josephine.
New York: White. 11 x 14 in.
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Milton Aborn production at the Century Theatre, New York, 1927
Production scene
Unidentified photographer. 14 x 11 in.
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Marion Green as Captain Corcoran, and group of middies
Unidentified photographer. 11 x 14 in.
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S.M. Chartok production at the Majestic Theatre, New York, 1934
New York: White Studio, ca. 1934. 11 x 14in. "The Pinafore Girls."
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Amateur juvenile production, 1935
Southbridge MA: M. Litchfield, 1935. 7.5 x 9.5 in.
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D'Oyly Carte Opera Company revivals and tours, various dates
Muriel Dickson as Josephine and Marjorie Eyre as Hebe, 1934
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1934. D'Oyly Carte New York tour at the Martin Beck Theatre.
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Darryl Fancourt as Dick Deadeye, ca. 1939
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1939. 10 x 8in.
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Four photographs from D'Oly Carte Opera Co. American tour, 1966-68
Four photographs. Unidentified photographers. Various sizes.
4 Photographic Prints

R.H. Burnside Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company production at the Ambassador Theatre, New York, 1944
Unknown photographer, ca. 1944. 10 x 8in. Bertram Peacock as Capt. Corcoran, Kathleen Roche as Josephine, and Florenz Ames as Sir Jospeh.
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Televised adaptation: Omnibus NBC-TV, 1959
Unidentified photographer. 9 x 7in. Cyril Ritchard as Sir Joseph Porter. Televised production broadcast May 10, 1959.
1 Photographic Prints

Televised adaptation: Tennessee Ernie Ford Show, 1960
Unidentified photographer. 9 x 7in. Tennessee Ernie Ford and Suzanne Lovell. Televised adaptation broadcast on NBC Jan. 14, 1960.
1 Photographic Prints

Stratford Festival productions, Canada, 1960-1992
Nine photographs of Stratford Festival productions. Various photographers. Various sizes. Productions 1960, 1964, 1981, 1988, 1992.
9 Photographic Prints

Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, WI, ca. 1963
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1963. 10 x 8 in. Martyn Green as Sir Joseph Porter.
1 Photographic Prints

Tyrone Guthrie production, ca. 1964
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1964. Michael Bates as Sir Joseph Porter. Touring production.
1 Photographic Prints

Televised adaptation: ATV D'Oyly Carte, 1973
Unidentified photographer, 1973. 9 x 7in. Michael Raynor as Capt. Corcoran and Lyndsie Holland as Buttercup. The ATV (Associated Television) adaptation of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Co. production was broadcast in UK on ITV and in U.S. on CBS television network.
1 Photographic Prints

Brent Walker televised production, ca. 1982
Unidentified photograher, ca. 1982. 8 x 10in. Frankie Howerd as Sir Joseph. Broadcast in US in 1984-5.
1 Photographic Prints

East Side (New York) children's production, 1937
Reference Department of the National Educational Alliance, 1937. 7 x 9in. "East Side children present Annual Gilbert and Sullivan operetta at roof garden of the Educational Alliance Bldg on East Broadway."
1 Photographic Prints

Pirates of Penzance
Hong Kong Choral Society, ca. 1882
Two un-mounted albumen photographs. The entire cast; and the policemen's chorus in a production of The Pirates of Penzance, ca. 1882. The photographs are from an album owned by Osbert Chadwick who published his research in Hong Kong in 1882. The Hong Kong Choral Society performed The Pirates of Penzance at the Theatre Royal in 1882.
2 Photographic Prints

Sacramento Operatic Society, 1896
Photographer unknown. Set of four photographs of the 1896 Sacramento [CA] Operatic Society. Photographs 7 1/2 x 6 1/4in. mounted on 13 1/2 x 11 1/2in boards.
1 Photographic Prints

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company revivals and tours, various dates
Scenery for Act 2, 1919
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1919, London. Scenery for Act 2 designed for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company by William Bridges-Adams. 6.75 x 11.5in.
1 Photographic Prints

Phillip Potter as Frederic and Jeanne Hindmarsh as Mabel, 1962
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1961. 10 x 8in. D'Oyly Carte Opera Co. American tour, 1962.
1 Photographic Prints

Amateur Dramatic Club, Gaiety Theatre, Simla, India, 1920
Unidentified photographer. 7.75 x 11.25in.
1 Photographic Prints

Winthrop Ames production at the Royale Theatre, 1927
William Williams as Frederic, Vera Ross as Ruth, John Barclay as Pirate King, and (possibly) J. Humbird Duffy as Samuel
New York: White Studio, ca. 1927. 10.75 x 13.5 in.
1 Photographic Prints

William Williams as Frederic and Ruth Thomas as Mabel
New York: White Studio, ca. 1927. 14 x 11in. Notated 8015-17.
1 Photographic Prints

Milton Aborn Civic Light Opera production at the Adelphi Theatre, New York, 1935
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1936. 11.25 x 9.25in. William Danforth as Sergeant. Verso pencilled "Adelphi--week beg. July 22". Danforth played this role in 1935 at the Majestic Theatre.
1 Photographic Prints

Joseph Papp production, New York, 1981
Six photographs from the Joseph Papp production at the New York Shakespeare Festival and the Uris Theatre. Various photographers, ca. 1981. Various sizes.
6 Photographic Prints

1982 Australian film adaptation, The Pirate Movie
Five publicity photographs of scenes from the 1982 film adaptation. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1982. Each 8 x 9.75 in. Marked PM 1-5.
5 Photographic Prints

1983 Universal Film, The Pirates of Penzance
10 photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1983. Various sizes. Also a set of 12 slide transparencies, copyright University City Studios.
10 Photographic Prints

Stratford Festival productions, Canada, 1985-94
Four photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1985. Various sizes.
4 Photographic Prints

New D'Oyly Carte production, ca. 1993
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1993. 10 x 8in. 1993 touring production.
1 Photographic Prints

"Pirates of Penzance -The Ballet!", ca. 1996
Unidentified photograher, ca. 1996. 6.5 x 10in. Queensland Ballet (Australia) touring production
1 Photographic Prints

Patience
D'Oyly Carte Opera Company original London production, ca. 1881
Leonora Braham as Patience
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Mar. 1882. Image 5 x 3.75in.
1 Photographic Prints

Richard Temple as Col. Caverley, Durward Lely as Duke of Dunstable, and Frank Thornton as Maj. Murgatroyd.
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", July 1881. Image 4.75 x 3.75in.
1 Photographic Prints

Unidentified actress, Reading UK, ca. 1882
Reading: Victor White Co., ca. 1882. Imperial cabinet photograph mounted on cardboard. Image 8 x 6.12in.
1 Photographic Prints

Theatre Masque production, New York, 1928
Unidentified photographer, ca 1928. 10 x 8in. Edmund Leonard as Grosvenor and Mary Bokee as Patience in Theatre Masque revival.
1 Photographic Prints

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company revivals and tours, 1934-68
Leslie Rands as Grosvenor, Maise Baxter as Saphir, and Marjorie Eyre as Angela, 1934
Unknown photographer, ca. 1934. 9.25 x 11.5in. D'Oyly Carte New York tour at the Martin Beck Theatre.
1 Photographic Prints

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company American tour, 1966-68
Three photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1966. Each 9.25 x 7.25in.
3 Photographic Prints

Australian Opera productions, 1986, 1995
Unidentified photographers, ca. 1986 and 1995.

Gordon Wilcock as Bunthorne and Luise Napier as Patience, 1986
1 Photographic Prints

Christine Douglas as Patience, Anthony Warlow as Grosvenor, and chorus, 1995
1 Photographic Prints

Heather Begg as Lady Jane and Christine Douglas as Patience, 1995
1 Photographic Prints

Stratford Festival, Canada, 2000
Unidentified photographer, ca. 2000.
1 Photographic Prints

Iolanthe
Unidentified actors, Reading, UK, ca. 1883
Reading: S. Victor White Co., ca. 1883. Imperial cabinet photograph, mounted on cardboard. Image 7.75 x 5.75in.
1 Photographic Prints

Casino Theatre (Shubert Organization, New York), 1913
New York: White. 14 x 11in. George Macfarlane as Strephon.
1 Photographic Prints

Winthrop Ames production at the Plymouth Theatre, New York, 1926
William Williams as Strephon and Lois Bennett as Phyllis
Unidentified photographer. Possibly: New York; White, ca. 1926.
1 Photographic Prints

Ernest Lawford as Lord Chancellor and Lois Bennett as Phyllis
New York: White, ca. 1926. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

Unidentified actresses as fairies
Unidentified photographer. Possibly: New York; White, ca. 1926. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

Ernest Lawford as Lord Chancellor
New York: White Studio, ca. 1926. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

March of the Peers
New York: Florence Vandamm, ca. 1926. 11 x 13.75in.
1 Photographic Prints

Vera Ross as Fairy Queen, William Williams as Strephon, Adele Sanderson as Iolanthe
New York: White Studio, ca. 1926. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

Vera Ross as the Fairy Queen
Unidentified photographer. Autographed by Vera Ross. 12.25 x 8.5in.
1 Photographic Prints

Winthrop Ames production at the Royale Theatre, 1927
Unidentified photographer. 10 x 8in.
1 Photographic Prints

Milton Aborn Civic Light Opera production at the Erlanger Theatre, New York, 1931
Unidentified photographer. 14 x 11in. Joseph Macaulay as Strephon.
1 Photographic Prints

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, 1939
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1939. 8 x 10in. Evelyn Gardiner as Fairy Queen, Martyn Green as Lord Chancellor and Marjorie Eyre as Iolanthe in the 1939 D'Oyly Carte American tour.
1 Photographic Prints

Sadler's Wells production, London, 1962
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1962. 11.75 x 12in. Heather Begg as Fairy Queen and Patricia Kern as Iolanthe.
1 Photographic Prints

Stratford Festival production, Canada, 1984
Two photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1984. 8 x 10in.: Eric Donkin as Lord Chancellor and Marie Barron as Phyllis. 10 x 8in.: Maureen Foster as Fairy Queen.
2 Photographic Prints

Princess Ida
English National Opera production, 1992
Unidentified photographer, 1992. 11.5 x 8in. Rosemary Joshua as Princess Ida.
1 Photographic Prints

The Mikado
D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., original London production
1 Photographic Prints

Sybil Grey, Leonora Braham and Jessie Bond as the Three Little Maids from School, ca. 1885
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", August 1885, 4th series. Image 4 1/2 x 3 5/8in.
1 Photographic Prints

Durward Lely as Nanki Poo, ca. 1885
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Jan. 1887. Image 4 1/2 x 3 1/3in.
1 Photographic Prints

George Grossmith as Ko-Ko, 1885
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", June 1885. Image 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 in.
1 Photographic Prints

Unidentified performers, UK, ca. 1885
Albumen print. Unidentified photographer, ca. 1885. Unidentified actors as Ko-Ko and Katisha.
1 Photographic Prints

Unidentified performer, UK, undated, ca. 1900
Lantern slide. Bath: Graystone Bird. 3 1/4 x 3 1/4in. "Nanki-Poo"
1 Photographic Slides

Casino Theatre (Shubert Organization, New York), 1910
Unknown photographer. Silver print. 10 x 13.5in. Jefferson De Angelis as Ko-Ko, Christie MacDonald as Pitti-Sing, Christine Nielson as Peep-Bo, Josephine Jacoby as Katisha, Arthur Cunningham as Pish-Tush, William Pruette as Pooh-Bah.
1 Photographic Prints

Casino Theatre (Shubert Organization, New York), 1913
New York: Hartsook. 9.5 x 7.5in. Arthur Cunningham as Pooh-Bah.
1 Photographic Prints

Ivan Menzies as Ko-Ko, ca. 1920's
Milton Aborn production at 44th Street Theatre, New York, 1925
William Danforth as the Mikado and Sarah Edwards as Katisha
Unidentified photographer. 1 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

Stanley Forde as Pooh-Bah), Lupino Lane as Ko-Ko, Leo de Hieropolis as Pish-Tush
Unidentified photographer. 11 x 14in.
1 Photographic Prints

Lupino Lane as Ko-Ko and Marguerite Namara as Yum-Yum.
Unidentified photographer. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

Cast, Boys Club of Tenth Street and Avenue A, New York, 1927
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1927. 8 x 10in.
1 Photographic Prints

Winthrop Ames production at the Royale Theatre, New York, 1927
Suissabell Sterling as Pitti-Sing, William C. Gilbert as Pooh-Bah, and Fred Wright as Ko-Ko
New York: White Studio, ca. 1927. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

Suissabell Sterling as Pitti-Sing, Lois Bennett as Yum-Yum, William C. Gordon as Pooh-Bah, and Bettina Hall as Peep-Bo
New York: White Studio, ca. 1927. 14 x 11 in.
1 Photographic Prints

William Williams as Nanki-Poo and Lois Bennett as Yum-Yum
New York: White Studio, ca. 1927. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

Cast of production presenting a gift to their accompanist
New York: White Studio, ca. 1927.
1 Photographic Prints

Vera Ross as Katisha
New York: Florence VanDamm, ca. 1927.
1 Photographic Prints

Jazz version of the Mikado at Grosses Schauspielhaus in Berlin, 1927
Unidentified photographers, ca. 1927. Each 8.5 x 6.6 in. a. Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum. b. Women's chorus.
2 Photographic Prints

Syracuse Opera Association production, ca. 1930
1 Photographic Prints

Milton Aborn Civic Light Opera Co. production at Erlanger Theatre, New York, 1931
William Danforth as the Mikado and Ethel Clarke as Pitti-Sing
New York: White Studios, ca. 1931. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

William Danforth as the Mikado
New York: White Studios, ca. 1931. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

Milton Aborn Civic Light Opera Co. production at the St. James Theatre, New York, 1933
New York: White Studio, ca. 1933. 14 x 11in. Hizi Koyke as Yun-Yim and Herbert Waterous as Pooh-Bah.
1 Photographic Prints

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company revivals and tours, various dates
Hattie Delaro as Pitti-Sing in D'Oyly Carte's second American Company tour, Boston, ca. 1886
Unidentified photographer, undated. 10.5 x 8in.
1 Photographic Prints

Leo Sheffield as Pooh-Bah and Nellie Briercliffe as Pitti-Sing, 1919
London: Stage Photo Co. 11.25 x 9.5in.
1 Photographic Prints

Darrell Fancourt as the Mikado, ca. 1926
Unidentified photographer, undated. 11.5 x 9.75in. Charles Ricketts' costume design.
1 Photographic Prints

Gillian Knight as Katisha, 1962
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1962. 8 x 10in. D'Oyly Carte touring production.
1 Photographic Prints

Christine Palmer as Katisha, ca. 1966
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1966. 9.25 x 7.25in. D'Oyly Carte American tour, 1966 or 1968.
1 Photographic Prints

Geoffrey Shovelton as Nanki-Poo, Julia Goss as Yum-Yum, and John Reed as Ko-Ko, 1976
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1976. 10 x 7.5in. 1976 North American tour.
1 Photographic Prints

Martyn Green as Ko-Ko, 1968
Unknown photographer. 9 1/2 x 7 1/4 in.
1 Item(s) total

WPA Federal Theatre production of "Swing Mikado", 1938-39
Ten photographs. Productions in Chicago (Great Northern Theatre) and New York (New Yorker Theatre). Unidentified phtographers, various sizes.
10 Photographic Prints

"The Hot Mikado" production at the Maplewood Theatre, New Jersey, 1941
Two photographs of the August 1941 summer stock production. Unidentified photographers, each 10 x 8 in. Bill Robinson/ Bill Robinson and Alice Harris.
2 Photographic Prints

R.H. Burnside's Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company production, 1943-44
Robert Pitkin as the Mikado and Katherine Judah as Katisha, 1943
Unknown photographer. 10 x 8in. Photograph dated Oct. 24, 1943. Erlanger Theatre, Buffalo NY (prior to Broadway run).
1 Photographic Prints

Robert Pitkin as the Mikado and Florenz Ames as Ko-Ko, 1944
Unknown photographer, ca. 1944. 10 x 8in. Ambassador Theatre, New York.
1 Photographic Prints

Tokyo production with all Japanese cast, 1948
Entrance of The Mikado
Acme Newspapers, 1948. 9 x 7in.
1 Photographic Prints

Unidentified chorus member
Unidentified photographer, 1948. 10 x 8in.
1 Photographic Prints

American Savoyards production, 1956
Unidentified photographer, ca. 196. 8 x 10in. Rue Knapp as Ko-Ko and Ronald Bush as Pooh-Bah.
1 Photographic Prints

1939 film, The Mikado
Eighteen photographs for 1939 film and 1948 re-release, various sizes. Some scenes marked: M-3, M-60, M-71, M-98, M-192, M-340, M-445, 48/1114.
18 Photographic Prints

1939 film, The Mikado, Bulgaria
Three parially colored scenes from the 1939 film The Mikado, mounted on stiff paper and used as lobby cards in Bulgaria. Images 9.5 x 12.5in.; 10.25 x 13.75in.; 9.5 x 12.75in.
3 Photographic Prints

Televised adaptation: Kukla, Fran, and Ollie, 1950
Three photographs of scenes from the Kukla, Fran, and Ollie 1950 television adaptation of The Mikado. Various sizes.
3 Photographic Prints

Unidentified American production with Martyn Green, ca. 1950's
Three photographs. Unidentified photographer, ca. 1950's.
3 Photographic Prints

Children's production at Camp Cherokee, Upper Saranac Lake, ca. 1952
Unidentified photographer.
1 Photographic Prints

California Musical Theatre production, Sacramento, CA, ca. 1954
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1954. 10 x 8in. Martyn Green as Ko-Ko, and Irra Petrina.
1 Photographic Prints

American Savoyards production, ca. 1956
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1956. Rue Knapp as Ko-Ko and Ronald Bush as Pooh-Bah.
1 Photographic Prints

Televised adaptation: Tennessee Ernie Ford Show, 1959
Unidentified phtographer, ca. 1959. 9 x 7in. Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jaonne Burgan and Irene Cummings. Adaptation broadcast on NBC Apr. 16, 1959.
1 Photographic Prints

Televised adaptaion: Bell Telephone Hour, 1960
Four publicity photographs. Unidentified phtographers, ca. 1960. Various sizes. Martyn Green (director) and Barbara Meister (Yum-Yum); Stanley Holloway (Pooh-Bah); Martyn Green and Groucho Marx. Melinda Marx as Peep-Bo. Production broadcast Apr. 29, 1960.
4 Photographic Prints

1962 film, The Cool Mikado
Two photographs of scenes from the 1962 United Artists film. Unknown photographers, ca. 1962. Each 7.5 x 9.5in. Photos marked CM-5 and CM-20.
2 Photographic Prints

Michigan Opera Theatre production, 1962
Unknown photographer, ca. 1962. 10 x 8in. Senator Jack Faxon as Mishi-Gana and Fenjamin Wakefield as the Mikado.
1 Photographic Prints

1967 Warner Bros. film, The Mikado
Eight photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1967. Various sizes. Filmed adaptation of 1966 D'Oyly Carte production, using D'Oyly Carte cast.
8 Photographic Prints

Unidentified Australian production, 1969
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1969. 8 x 10in.
1 Photographic Prints

Chicago Lyric Opera production, 1983
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1983. 8 x 10in. Neil Rosenshein as Nanki-Poo.
1 Photographic Prints

Brent Walker televised production, ca. 1982
Five photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1982. Various sizes. Broadcast in US in 1984-5.
5 Photographic Prints

Stratford Festival productions, Canada, 1982-87
Eight photographs including four of production tours. Unidentified photographers, various dates. Various sizes.
8 Photographic Prints

Australian Opera production, 1986
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1986. 10 x 8in. Michael Smith as Nanki-Poo.
1 Photographic Prints

English National Opera production. London and tours, 1986-93
Three photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1986-89. Various sizes. Original production and tour in association with Houston Grand Opera.
3 Photographic Prints

Hot Mikado (modern adaptation), 1986-95
Four photographs. Unidentified photographers, 1986-95. Various sizes. American and British productions.
4 Photographic Prints

Opera a la Carte production, ca. 2000
Unidentified photogapher, ca. 2000. 8 x 10in.
1 Photographic Prints

Ruddigore
D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., original London production, 1887
Geraldine Ulmar as Rose
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Aug. 1887. Image 4.5 x 3/5in.
1 Photographic Prints

Rutland Barrington as Despard Murgatroyd
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Sept. 1887. Image 4.5 x 3.5in.
1 Photographic Prints

Cosmopolitan Theatre, New York, 1927
William Danforth as Despard Murgatroyd and Violet Carlson as Rose Maybud
New York: White Studio, ca. 1927. 14 x 11 in.
1 Photographic Prints

William Danforth as Despard Murgatroyd and chorus girls
New York: White Studio, ca. 1927. 11 x 14in.
1 Photographic Prints

Milton Aborn Civic Light Opera production at the Erlanger Theatre, New York, 1931
Gladys Caldwell as Rose and Frank Moulan as Robin
New York: Unidentified photographer (possibly White). 9.75 x 13.5in.
1 Photographic Prints

Craig Campbell as Richard and William Danforth as Despard Murgatroyd
New York: White Studio, ca. 1931. 14 x 11 in.
1 Photographic Prints

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company revivals and tours
Cynthia Morey as Rose Maybud, 1955
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1955. 10 x 8in. D'Oyly Carte American tour.
1 Photographic Prints

Kenneth Sandford as Despard Murgatroyd, ca. 1980
Unknown photographer, ca. 1980. 10 x 8in. Provenance: Kenneth Sandford estate.
1 Photographic Prints

Brent Walker televised production, ca. 1982
Two photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1982. Various sizes. Broadcast in US, 1985.
2 Photographic Prints

New Sadler's Wells production, 1987
Shuhei Iwamoto (London), ca. 1987. 10 x 8in. Linda Ormiston as Mad Margaret and Harold Innocent as Despard Murgatroyd.
1 Photographic Prints

Yeoman of the Guard
Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company, New York 48th Street Theatre, 1915
DeWolf Hopper as Jack Point
New York: White, ca. 1915. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

DeWolf Hopper as Jack Point and (possibly) Natalie Alt as Elsie
New York: White, ca. 1915. 14 x 11in.
1 Photographic Prints

DeWolf Hopper as Jack Point, Glady Caldwell as Phoebe, William Danforth as Shadbolt
New York: possibly White Studio. 13 x 10.5 in.
1 Photographic Prints

Ruhleben Prison Camp, Germany, 1917
Unidentified photographer. Two photographs of camp internees in costume for The Yeomen of the Guard, Easter 1917. Photograph of male chorus marked 768. Photograph of entire cast marked 768A. For background see "Gilbert and Sullivan News" Nov. 1997 and Spring 1998.
2 Photographic Prints

Milton Aborn production at the Majestic Theatre, New York, 1933
New York: White Studio, ca. 1933. William Danforth as Shadbolt, Lauren Ferguson as Phoebe, and Herbert Waterous as Leonard Meryll.
1 Photographic Prints

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company revivals and tours, various dates
Martyn Green as Jack Point, ca. 1937
Unidentified photographer. 10 x 8in.
1 Photographic Prints

Kenneth Sandford as Shadbolt, ca. 1960
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1960. 10 x 8in. Provenance: Kenneth Sandford estate.
1 Photographic Prints

R.H. Burnside Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company production at the Ambassador Theatre, 1944
Unknown photographer, ca. 1944. 10 x 8in. Robert Pitkin as Wilfred Shadbolt and Kathleen Roche as Elsie Maynard.
1 Photographic Prints

Brent Walker televised production, ca. 1982
Five photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1982. Various sizes. Broadcast in the US in 1984-5.
5 Photographic Prints

Glimmerglass Opera production, 1995
Three photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1995.
3 Photographic Prints

The Gondoliers
D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., original London production, ca. 1889
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Sept. 1890. Image 4 5/8 s 3 3/8in. Decima Moore as Casilda.
1 Photographic Prints

Madras Dramatic Society production, India, 1896
Album of 13 photographs of scenes from the Madras Dramatic Society production Jan. 1896. Madras, India: Nicholson Co, photographers, ca. 1896. Bound in half-cloth decorated and stamped cardboard. Images measure around 8 x 11 in.
1 Item(s) total

Milton Aborn Civic Light Opera production at the Erlanger Theatre, New York, 1932
New York: White Studio, ca. 1932. 11 x 14in. William Danforth as Don Alhambra.
1 Photographic Prints

R.H. Burnside Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Company production at the Ambassador Theatre, New York, 1944
Unknown photographer, ca. 1944. 10 x 8in. Robert Pitkin as Don Alhambra, Mary Llundon as Giulia, and Allen Stewart as Marco.
1 Photographic Prints

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company American tour, 1962
Unidentified phtotograher, ca. 1962. 10 x 8in. John Reed as the Duke of Plaza-Toro.
1 Photographic Prints

Televised production: BBC-TV, 1972
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1972. 8 x 10in. The production was broadcast in US on PBS Opera Theatre, July 12, 1977.
1 Photographic Prints

Stratford Festival productions, Canada, 1983 and 1995
Two photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1983 and ca. 1995. Varous sizes.
2 Photographic Prints

Brent Walker televised production, ca. 1982
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1982. 10 x8in. Keith Michell as Don Alhambra. Broadcast in US in 1984-5.
1 Photographic Prints

New Sadler's Wells Opera production, 1988
Two photographs. Unidentified photographers, ca. 1968.
2 Photographic Prints

Utopia, Limited
D'Oyly Carte Opera Co., original London production, 1893
Woodburytype from "The Theatre" December 1893. Image 4 5/8 x 3 1/2in. Rosina Brandram as Lady Sophy, Emmie Owen as Nekaya, and Florence Perry as Kalyba.
1 Photographic Prints

D'Oyly Carte Opera C. revivals and tours, various dates
Unidentified photographer, 1975. 10 x 7in. Kenneth Sandford as King Paramount. Provenance: Kenneth Sandford estate.
1 Photographic Prints

The Grand Duke
Personalities
W.H. Denny, 1892
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", March 1892. Image 4 1/2 x 3 14in.
1 Photographic Prints

W.S. Gilbert, ca. 1883
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Apr. 1883. Image 4 1/2 3 1/2in.
1 Photographic Prints

George Grossmith, Jr., 1879
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Nov. 1879. Image 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 in.
1 Photographic Prints

Jessie Bond, ca. 1889
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Feb. 1889. Image 4 1/2 x 3 7/16in.
1 Photographic Prints

Courtice Pounds, ca. 1890
Woodburytype from "The Theatre" Sept. 1890. Image 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 in.
1 Photographic Prints

Decima Moore, ca. 1890
Woodburytype. Photographer W. D. Downey. ca. 1890
1 Photographic Prints

William Moy Thomas, ca. 1885
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", July 1885. Image 4 1/2 x 3 5/8in.
1 Item(s) total

Henry Clay Barnabee, ca. 1890
New York: J. H. Steinberg. Autographed by Barnabee on 11 x 8in. mount. Image is 5 1/8 x 3 3/4in.
1 Photographic Prints

F. C. Burnand, 1870-83
Woodburytype, 1879
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Feb. 1879. Image 4.5 x 3.5in.
1 Photographic Prints

Woodburytype, ca. 1870's
Miniature Woodburytype. Image 2.5 x 1.5 in. Mount printed with "Wednesday Program Penny Portrait."
1 Photographic Prints

Woodburytype, 1883
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Feb. 1883. Image 4.5 x 3.5in.
1 Photographic Prints

John Maddison Morton, ca. 1889
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", October 1889. Image size ca. 4.25 x 3.5in. Morton was the author of Box and Cox, adapted for the stage by F.C. Burnand as Cox and Box, with music by Arthur Sullivan.
1 Photographic Prints

Events
Members of the Mikado Club, ca. 1890
Unknown American photographer American, ca. 1890. Image 5 1/4 x 8 1/2in.
1 Photographic Prints

Dame Madge Kendal laying a wreath on behalf of the Gilbert and Sullivan Society on the Gilbert Memorial, 1928
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1928. 10 x 8in. Event commemorating the 17th anniversary of the death of W.S. Gilbert.
1 Photographic Prints

Twelve principals of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Co. on board the S.S. Berngaria upon arrival in New York City, August 1934.
Unidentified photographer, 1934. 7 x 9in.
1 Photographic Prints

New Orleans Mardi Gras float "H.M.S. Pinafore", ca. 1963
Unidentified photographer, ca. 1963. 8 x 10in.
1 Photographic Prints

Press conference at the Savoy Hotel, 1980
Unidentified photographer, July 1, 1980. Kenneth Sandford, Bridget D'Oyly Carte, and Frederick Lloyd toasting Sandford at a press conference at the Savoy Hotel on the occasion of his 23rd anniversary with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.
1 Photographic Prints

Sir Harold Wilson and members of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Co. in Westminster, 1981
Stamped "The Daily Telegraph 10 Feb 1981." 9.5 x 6.5in. Former Prime Minister Wilson provided support to the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in their bid for Arts Council funding.
1 Photographic Prints

Sir Harold Wilson and three principals of the New D'Oyly Carte Opera Company at the House of Lords, 1988
Daily Telegraph (London), 1988. 8.25 x 11.75in. The former prime minister posed with Terence Sharpe, Richard Suart, and Eric Roberts after an announcement of a West End season in London.
1 Photographic Prints

Cast of Milwaukee Skylight Theatre "Mikado" protest, 1986
Carl D. Hoyt, 1986. 8 x 10in. Cast members of the 1986 Milwaukee Skylight Theatre production of The Mikado staging a protest against the competing Stratford Festival touring production.
1 Photographic Prints

Martyn Green responding to get-wel mail after his leg amputation, 1960
Unknown photographer. 7 x 9 in.

Film productions unrelated to an opera
The Girl Said No, ca. 1937
Three publicity photographs from the Grand National Pictures film. Unidentified phtographers, ca. 1937, each 8 x 10 in.
3 Photographic Prints

The Return of Gilbert and Sullivan, ca. 1950
Two photographs of scenes from the 1950 Lippert Pictures film. 8 x 10 in. One photographed marked RG5-4.
2 Photographic Prints

The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan, ca. 1953
Seven photographs of scenes from the 1953 Lopert Films' The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan. Various sizes. The film was re-released under titles Gilbert and Sullivan and The Great Gilbert and Sullivan (United Artists, 1954).
7 Photographic Prints

Topsy Turvy, 1999
Scene from the 1999 October Film. Jim Broadbent as W.S. Gilbert and Allan Corduner as Arthur Sullivan.
1 Photographic Prints

Productions by Gilbert without Sullivan
Pygmalion and Galatea
Amy Roselle as Cynisca, ca. 1884
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", March 1884. Image 4 1/2 x 3 5/8in.
1 Photographic Prints

Julia Marlowe as Galatea, ca. 1920's
Three photograhic reprints, ca. 1920's of Julia Marlowe, ca. 1888. Possibly prepared for "Julia Marlowe. Her Life and Art" (1926); one photograph is included in the book. Images 7 1/4 x 4 1/4in.
3 Photographic Prints

The Wicked World: Julia Neilson as Selene, ca. 1888
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Aug. 1888. Image 4 1/4 x 3 1/2in.
1 Photographic Prints

His Excellency: Jessie Bond as Nanna, ca. 1895
Woodburytype from "The Theatre", Feb. 1895. Image 6 1/8 x 4 1/2in.
1 Photographic Prints

Productions by Sullivan without Gilbert
The Zoo: Shaw Festival production, 1995
1 Photographic Prints

Original costume designs
The Chieftain, 1894
Forty-seven original signed watercolor costume designs by Attilio Comelli for the 1894 London production of The Chieftain, a comic opera by Arthur Sullivan and F.C. Burnand, which was produced by D'Oyly Carte's Opera Company at the Savoy Theatre, London.

Each of the designs is painted on poster board panels measuring 13 ½ x 8 in. Although "The Chieftain" has been stamped on the back of each panel, the stamp is probably of twentieth century origin and not original to the designs.

The designs are labeled with the name of the character for which the costume is intended, including both principals and chorus members. In addition, there are penciled notations regarding which member of the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company was to wear the costumes, including those for proposed tours. All of the designs have been cut down from the original size, as evidenced by some cropping of Comelli's signature in several of the panels. Some panels have penciled-in directions or sketches. Comelli has painted or penciled on the front of the panels the name for the opera --"El Contrabandista" rather than "The Chieftain." This is of interest as The Chieftain was rewritten by Sullivan from his earlier pre-Gilbert opera The Contrabandista (1867). That they are not the designs for that earlier production is evident because Comelli included "'94" in each of his signatures.
47 Item(s) total

Mirette, 1894
One original signed watercolor costume design by Attilio Comelli, most likely from the 1894 London production of Mirette, a comic opera composed by Andre Messager with dialogue by Harry Greenbank, which was produced by D'Oyly Carte's Opera Company at the Savoy Theatre, London. The design was included in a collection of original costume designs for The Chieftain, but is labeled for a character named "Bianca" that does not exist in The Chieftain, but which does in Mirette. Like the other Chieftain designs, it is painted on a poster board panel measuring 13 1/2 x 8 in. "The Chieftain" has been stamped on the back of the panel with a stamp that is probably of twentieth century origin and not original to the design.
1 Item(s) total

Sheet music
The materials in this series are ordered alphabetically by composer or arranger's last name.

Audran, Edmund
Choice Selections from Olivette, 1881
Boston: Oliver Ditson Co. [52 pp.] Contains portion of libretto.

Gems from Olivette, circa 1881
Boston: White, Smith Co. Illustrated wrapper. 12 pp. + 3 pp. advertisements.

Gems of "La Cigale", 1882
Philadelphia: W.F. Shaw. "As performed by the Lillian Russell Opera Comique Company." English version by F.C. Burnand and Gilbert a'Beckett. Eight musical numbers, unpaginated.

Bailey, E.H. (arranger)
The Pirates of Penzeance March [sic], 1881
Boston: White, Smith Co. "Compliments of B.P. Cunningham Co." 4 pp. Advertisements on front wrapper. "Penzance" misspelled.

The Pirates of Penzeance March [sic], [1881]
Boston: B.P. Cunningham Co., undated. 5 pp. Incomplete.

Blake, Chas. A. (arranger)
Trial by Jury. Grand Potpourri de Concert by A. Sullivan, 1877
Boston: White, Smith Comp'y. 11 pp. "To Mark Drake, of the Globe Theatre, Boston." Plate no.2882-9.

Her Majesty's Ship Pinafore. Grand Potpourri de Concert, 1879
Based on Sullivan's melodies. Boston: Wite, Smith Co. 13 pp Illustrated cover.

Bucalossi, Procida (arranger)
The Mikado Waltz (New York), undated
The Mikado Waltz. On Melodies of Sir Arthur Sullivan. New York: Richard A. Saalfield (sic). 5 pp. Decorative cover: "Gilbert and Sullivan's Mikado."

The Mikado Waltz (Haarlem), circa 1886
Mikado-Waltzer (Vienna), undated
Vienna: Jos. Weinberger Hofbauer. 11 pp. Plate no. Z. K.6. Pictorial cover with characters on three fans.

Mikado Keringo (Budapest), circa 1900
Budapest: Rozsalvogyi es Tarsa. 11 pp. Plateno. C.66. Pictorial cover engraving by Jos. Eberle, Wien.

Mikado-Vals efter Sullivan's Operette "Mikado" (Copenhagen), undated
Kjobenhaven: Wilhelm Hansen. 11 pp. Plate no. 9781.

Burnand, F.C.
Lovely Wilhelmina. Pathetic Ballad. I, 1869
London: Hopwood Crew. 7 pp. "Written Composed by F.C. Burnand. Sung by Mr. J. Rouse in... The Girls of the Period." Color lithograph cover by Alfred Concanen. Printed by Stannard Co. Plate no. HC 1637.

Caryll, Ivan
By the Saskatchewan, 1910
From "The Pink Lady." New York: Chappell Co. 5 pp. Plate no. 6293.

My Beautiful Lady, 1911
From "The Pink Lady." New York: Chappell Co. 5 pp. Plate no. 6297.

Cellier, Alfred
The Old English Ballad. Billy Taylor arranged as a Hornpipe, 1881
New York: Wm. A. Pond Co. 2 pp. "Words and music of the ballad as sung by R. D'Oyly Carte and E.E. Rice's Opera Comique Company in... Billee Taylor... produced at the Standard Theatre, New York, Feb. 19, 1881." Color lithographed front and back covers with scenes from the opera, reproduced from Chi, No. 25.

There Once Was A Time, My Darling (The Lovers), undated
London: Metzler Co. 7 pp. Plate no. M 5121. "Sung by Mr. Edward Lloyd."

Clay, Frederic
Laugh Not, Nor Weep, undated
London: Metzler Co. 5 pp. Plate no. M 7926. Wrapper advertisements to 1920.

Listen!, undated
London: J.B. Cramer Co. 7 pp. Plate no. 7255. "To The Dowager Viscountess Gort. Specially composed and presented to the Health Resort Fund of the Central London Throat and Ear Hospital."

I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby, 1935
Chicago: Calumet Music Co. 2 pp. "With ukulele chords, guitar chords and special Hawaiian guitar chorus."

Coloney, M. Herndon
Pygmalion Waltzes, 1893
Denver: Denver Music Co. 9 pp. Color lithographed cover of Mary Anderson as Galatea in WS. Gilbert's "Pygmalion and Galatea."

Czibulka, A. (arranger)
Der Konigsgardist Walzer (Leipzig), circa 1900
Leipsig: Bosworth Co, undated. 10 pp. Plate no. 8. Cover has catalog for musical arrangements for Der Konigsgardist (The Yeomen of the Guard).

D'Albert, Charles (arranger)
Pirates of Penzance Lancers, 1880s
New York: Richard A. Saalfield, undated. 7 pp. Plate no. 17065-5. Copyright J.M. Stoddart, 1880 (music); 1881 (cover) Cover titled: "Popouuri di Concert. Pirates of Penzance. Arranged by C. Raymond."

DeKoven, Reginald
The Crusader's March from Maid Marion, 1901
New York and London: Edward Schuberth Co. 6 pp. Plate no. 3774. "Performed by the Famous Bostonians."

Robin Hood. Gems from the Opera, 1891
Arranged by Berthold Sidney. New York: G. Schirmer. 35 pp.

Durandeau, G.
Ivanhoe, 1892
London: Mocatta Co. Written by Harry Wright. 5 pp. Plate no. M C 1190. Color lithograph cover by H.G. Banks, Lith. Printed by Stannard Son, Lith. Gilt edges. "Sung with Great Success by Walter Munroe... this song must not be Sung in Music Halls without the permission of Mr. Walter Munroe." Comic song inspired by Sullivan's serious opera, Ivanhoe.

Ferrazzi, D.L. (arranger)
The Mikado Potpourri, 1885
Philadelphia: B.F. Banes Co. 13 pp.

Frost, Phillip (arranger)
The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring, 1885
Chicago: Windsor Music Co. 3 pp. From Sullivan's The Mikado.

The Tit-Willow Song, undated
From The Mikado. Chicago: National Music Company, undated. 2 pp. Decorative cover.

German, Edward
Today My Spinnet (From "Tom Jones"), 1907
London: Chappell Co. 8 pp. Plate no. 23254. "Sung by Miss Ruth Vincent."

Godfrey, Charles (arranger)
H.M.S. Pinafore Quadrille as a Duet, circa 1880
London: Metzler Co. 13 pp. Plate no. M. 5062.

Selections from A Chinese Honeymoon, 1901
London: Hopwood Crew. 16 pp. Plate no. 4095.

Grossmith, George
An Awful Little Scrub, undated
London: J. Bath. 5 pp. Color lithograph cover by Alfred Concanen. Printed by Stannard Son. "Written, composed and sung by George Grossmith... Sung also by Lionel Brough."

The Speaker's Eye, circa 1882
London: Hopwood Crew. 5 pp. Lyrics by Arthur Law. Color lithographed cover. "J.L. Toole's Great Song... sung by him with immense success in the musical farce "Mr. Guffin's Elopement." Plate no. H C. 2376

Herzen, Rudolf (arranger)
Princess Toto Lancers, undated
London: Metzler Co. 7 pp. Plate no. 5661. "Princess Toto" was composed by Frederic Clay and written by W.S. Gilbert.

Higgs, H.M. (arranger)
The Arcadians Valse, 1909
London: Chappell Co. 6 pp. Plate no. 24022. Pictorial cover. On melodies of Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot.

Hussler, Mark
Hebe's Song, 1879
Philadelphia: W. H. Boner Co. Words by John A Cockerill. 5 pp. Introduced in H.M.S. Pinafore by Miss Belle Mackenzie. The Song was written for her and was interpolated into the Broad Street Theatre (Philadelphia) production. The lyric was printed as addenda in three separate librettos by Ledger Job Print (Philadelphia).

Jackson, Geo. E. (arranger)
Vocal Gems from The Mikado, 1885
Boston: W.A. Evans Bro., 1885. 46 pp. Lithographed pictorial cover.

Jones, Sidney
Die Geisha, 1896
London: Hopwood Crew; Berlin: Ed. Bote G. Bock. Two songs bound together: "O tanz du kleine Geisha," 5 pp., and "Der verliebte Goldfisch," 5 pp.

Die Geisha, undated
Berlin and Vienna: Verlag Ullffein Co. In the series "Musik fur Alle." 20 pp. Contains essay, "Die Geisha un die englische operette" along with illuutrations from an erly German production, pictorial cover and nine selections from "Die Geisha" in German.

"Musik fur Alle" was a monthly sheet music journal edited by Dr. Gegumil Zepler and published by Verlag Ullstein to further the appreciation of popular music.

Joseph, Gustave A. (arranger)
The Mikado March, 1885
Chicago: National Music Co. 3 pp. Lithographed pictorial cover.

Komzak, Karl (arranger)
Mikado-Waltzer nach Motiven aus Sullivan's Operette (Leipzig), 1900
Leipsig: Bosworth Co. 10 pp. Plate no. 3774. Pictorial cover: "Der Mikado" with scenes from the opera.

Mikado - Marsch, 1899
Leipsig: Bosworth Co. 6 pp. Plate no. 3150. Portrait of Sullivan on cover: "Arthur Sullivan's Marches Populaire [Populare Marsche.]"

Kuhe, W. (arranger)
The Mikado Fantasia on Sullivan's Opera (The Hague), undated
The Hague: J. Kasteel. 15 pp. Plate no. K. 604. Lithographed cover by G.R. (Design taken from Chappell's "Mikado Quadrille").

Le Croix, Jean
Oh, Isn't He A Tease?, 1874
Cincinnati: F.W. Helmick. 5 pp. Cover title: "Richmond's Songs." With photograph of Adah Richmond laid on. Cover copyright 1877.

Leigh, Henry
The Twin Brothers. A Song of Mystery, undated
London: Cramer Co. 5 pp. Plate no. 8879. Gilt decorated cover titled: "The Twins! As Sung by Mr. Howard Paul With Great Applause in his Popular Entertainment."

Lutz, W. Meyer
Musical Gems of... Carmen up to Data, circa 1891
Musical Gems of the Spectacular Comic Opera Burlesque Carmen up to Data. 21 pp. "As sung by the Peerless Corinne and the Kimball Opera Comique Burlesque Co." Lithographs of Corinne on front wrapper, Mrs. Jennie Kimball on back wrappper by The Courier, Buffalo NY.

Mackerras, Charles (arranger)
Pineapple Poll (Suite), 1952
Suite from Sullivan's ballet arranged by Charles Mackerras. New York: Chappell Co. 20 pp. Conductor's score for military band arranement by W. J. Duthoit.

Maylath, H. (arranger)
Patience Potpourri, 1881
Boston: Oliver Ditson Co. 15 pp.

Milford, H. (arranger)
Iolanthe Lancers, 1883
New York: R.A. Saalfield. 5 pp. Cover title: "Iolanthe or the Peer and the Peri." Compliments of Burke, Fitzsimons, Hone Co., Rochester, N.Y." Advertisements on back cover.

Moelling, T. (arranger)
The Pirates of Penzance [Poupourri], 1880
Philadelphia: J.M.Stoddart. Stoddart's 10 cent Musical Library. Opera Series. Part II. 11 pp.

Molloy, James L.
Love Is Bold, 1903
Words by W.S. Gilbert. Philadelphia: Supplement to The North American, Aug.2, 1903. 4 pp. No. 36 in a series of 52 songs.

Thady O'Flinn, 1868
London: Boosey Co. 9 pp. "Song by W. Schwenck Gilbert."

Monckton, Lionel [and others]
Bring Me a Rose, 1909
Song from The Arcadians by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot. New York: Chappell Co. 4 pp. Plate no. 6227.

Soldiers in the Park, 1898
Song from The Runaway Girl by Lionel Monckton and Ivan Caryl. New York: Boosey Co. 7 pp.

Morse, Wolson
Wang. The Greatest of All Comic Operas, 1891
New York: T.B. Harms. 31 pp. Decorative colored cover. Music and lyrics of six numbers.

Wang Polka, 1892
London: T.B. Harms. 5 pp. Cover title: "Music from The Greatest of all Comic Operas. Wang. Compliments of Carroll, Beadle Mudge, Rochester NY." Advertisement for Wang at the Lyceum Theatre [Rochester], Nov. 22, 1893 on back cover.

Offenbach, J.
Gems of The Brigands, 1889
Libretto by W.S. Gilbert. New York: Wm. A. Pond Co. 40 pp. "The Only Authorized Edition as Performed at the Casino by Special Arrangement with Rudolf Aronson." Color lithograph of Aronson by H.A. Thomas Wylie, New York.

Perabo, Ernst
Iolanthe. Ten Transcriptions for the Piano, 1887
Boston: Ernst Perabo. 81 pp. Color lithograph cover by Geo. H. Walker Co.

Plumpton, Alfred
The Yarn of the Nancy Bell, circa 1867
London: C. Jeffreys. 5 pp. "From The Bab Ballads." Writen by W.S. Gilbert.

Renard, J. (arranger)
De Mikado (Amsterdam), 1888
Amsterdam: Goedkoope, Populaire Musikhandel. 2 pp. Idiosyncratic Dutch lyrics.

Rice, Edward E.
Evangeline. American Opera Bouffe, 1886
New York: T.B. Harms Co. 55 pp. "As produced by Rice's Burlesque Co." Souvenir of the 1886 production at the 14th Street Theatre, New York. Gilt lithographed pictorial cover. Printer: Hunter Beach, New York. Advertisement for the 200th consecutive performance on inner wriapper, and parody contract on rear wrapper, both with cast lists.

Roconini, Paulo (arranger)
Billee Taylor Potpourri, 1881
On melodies by Edward Solomon. Philadelphia: J.M. Stoddart. 12 pp.

Rosewig, A.H. (arranger)
Vocal Gems of The Mikado, 1885
Arrangement for Piano-forte. Philadelphia: B.F. Banes Co. 34 pp. "As done by the McCaull Opera Comique Co."

Schupppert, Henry J. (arranger)
The Pirates of Penzance Schottische, 1881
San Francisco: M. Gray. 5 pp. Plate no. 1658. Illustrated cover lihographed by Britton Rey. Dedicated to the Pro-Tem Club.

Snow, J. Albert (arranger)
Potpourri From Iolanthe, 1880s
Boston: W.A. Evans Bro., n.d. 5 pp. Cover title: "Selections from Iolanthe"

Snow, [F.H.]
Oscar Wilde Galop, 1882
New York: Hitchcock Music Stores. 3 pp. Illustrated cover.

Solomon, Edward
All on Account of Eliza. Ben Barnacle's Song, circa 1881
From Billee Taylor. Boston: 4 pp. Illustrated cover.

Sousa, J.P. (arranger)
Selections from H.M.S. Pinafore, 1879
Philadelphia: J.M.Stoddart Co. [11 pp.] Stoddart's Musical Library. Opera Series.

The Sorcerer (Potpourri), 1879
Philadelphia: J.M.Stoddart Co. 9 pp. Stoddart's Musical Library. Opera Series.

Spencer, Roderick (arranger)
Thespis Ballet Suite: Act II, 1996
Cockfield: The Sir Arthur Sullivan Society. 10 pp. Arranged for piano by Roderick Spencer. Introduction and critical notes by Selwyn Tillet.

Straus, Oscar
My Hero, 1909
From The Chocolate Soldier. New York and Detroit: Jerome H. Remick Co. 5 pp. Color lithograph cover titled: "Whitney Opera Co. Presents The Chocolate Soldier."

Strauss, Johann
The Merry War, 1882
New York: M. Grau. 28 pp. "As originally performed by the Norcross Opera Company at the Germania Theatre, New York." Cast listed. Synopsis and twenty-eight musical examples.

Stuart, Leslie
Tell Me Pretty Maiden, 1900
From "Floradora." New York: T.B. Harms. 7 pp.

Sullivan, Arthur
A Maiden Fair To See, undated
Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, undated. 2 pp. Cover title: "Selections from H.M.S. Pinafore."

The Absent-Minded Beggar, 1899
London: Enoch Sons. 9 pp. Second edition. Published for "The Daily Mail" Publishing Co. Plate no. 2702

Bell Trio, circa 1879
From H.M.S. Pinafore. N.p: n.p. 4 pp. Supplement to The Fireside Companion.

Birds in the Night (London), undated
London: Boosey Co. 5 pp. "Sung by Madame Lemmens Sherrington."

Birds in the Night (Boston), undated
Boston: White Smith Co. 7 pp. "A Lullaby Sung by Miss Annie Louise Cary." Cover title: "Select English Songs, For the Parlor and Concert Room."

Birds in the Night! (New York), undated
New York: Wm. A. Pond Co. 7 pp. Plate no. 7939. Cover title: "Arthur S. Sullivan's Songs and Ballads."

Birds in the Night (n.p.), undated
N.p., n.p., 1880s. 2 pp. Decorative cover titled: "Choice Parlor Ballads and Songs by Popular Authors."

The Chorister (London), 1876
London: Metzler Co. 5 pp. Plate no. M 4670. Color lithographed cover. "Sung by Madame Antoinette Sterling. Also by Miss Coyte Turner."

The Chorister (New York), 1870s
New York: Wm. A. Pond Co., 5 pp. Plate no. 9575.

The Distant Shore, 1874
London: Chappell Co. 7 pp. Words by W.S. Gilbert. "Sung by Mr. Edward Lloyd." Plate no. 15872.

Drinking Song, 1900
From The Rose of Persia. London: Chappell Co. 5 pp. Plate no 20914. "Sung by Mr. Robert Evett." Wrapper advertisements to 1907.

The Duke's Song from Patience, 1967
Melody reconstructed by Ian Bartlette. Banbury: The Piers Press. 4 pp. With reprint from "The Times" describing the premier performance.

Earth Was Made for Man's Delight (from Haddon Hall), 1884
Edited by Fredric Woodbridge Wilson. Dayton: Roger Dean Publishing Co. 7 pp.

The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring (from The Mikado), 1936
Chicago: Calumet Music Co. 3 pp. "With ukulele chords, guitar chords, and special Hawaiian guitar chorus."

Gems of H.M.S. Pinafore, circa 1879
Boston: Edward C. Davis. [16 pp.] Three songs with Boston advertisements on alternate pages.

God Shall Wipe Away All Tears, 1874
From The Light of the World. London: J.B. Cramer Co., undated. 5 pp. Plate no. 6744. "Sung by Madame Trebelli."

The Gondoliers. Vocal Gems, 1889
Cincinnati: The John Church Co. Arrangement for pianoforte by J.H. Wadsworth. Nine musical numbers, unpaginated.

Guinevere!, 1873
London: J.B. Cramer Col, undated. 9 pp. Plate no. C Co. 6472. "Composed for and dedicated to Madlle. Titiens."

[Hail! Hail! The Gang's All Here], 1917
Words by Theodore Morse to Sullivan's music from The Pirates of Penzance. New York: Les Feist Inc. 3 pp. Illustrated cover.

H.M.S. Pinafore "Gems" Complete. Words and Music, circa 1879
New York: Norman L Munro., undated. [72 pp.] Contains twenty-two musical numbers including a 4 page libretto.

How Oft Beneath the Far Off Syrian Skies, circa 1891
Duet from Sullivan's opera Ivanhoe. Chicago: National Music Co., undated. 4 pp.

Oh King of Kings, 1897
"Hymn Written by the Bishop of Wakefield And Set To Music By Arthur Sullivan (By Request) to Be Used... 20 June 1897." London: Eyre and Spottiswoode [printers]. 4 page leaflet. Separate sheet of words inserted. ("Queen's Jubilee Hymn" written for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee).

I Hear the Soft Note (from Patience), undated
London: Chappell Co. 8 pp. Plate no. 20487. Cover title: "Chappell's Vocal Library of Part Songs."

I'm Called Little Buttercup, 1911
Cleveland: Plain Dealer Music Section, Nov. 12, 1911. Photograph on cover from De Wolf Hopper's revival.

I'm Called Little Buttercup, undated
New York: De Luxe Music Co. 5 pp. Cover title: "Chappell's Vocal Library of Part Songs."

In Arcady, 1881
Adapted from "The Sorcerer" song "Engaged to So-and-so." Words by F.F. Weathersley. Boston: Oliver Ditson Co. 3 pp. Plate no 48693. "For the Fair in Aid of the New England Hospital for Women and Children."

In Vain to Us You Plead - Don't Go, circa 1883
Duet from Iolanthe. London: Chappell Co., undated. 5 pp. Plate no. 17640. "Sung by Miss Gwynn Miss Fortesque."

It Came Upon the Midnight Clear, undated
N.p.: n.p., undated. 5 pp. Plate no. 17454. Cover title: "Arthur S. Sullivan's Songs and Ballads."

Let Me Dream Again (Philadelphia), undated, 1870s
Philadelphia: F.A. North Co., undated. 5 pp. Plate no. 257. Decorative cover, titled "Favorite Songs."

Le Me Dream Again (Boston), undated, 1870s
Boston: Oliver Ditson Co., undated. 7 pp. Plate no. 29047.

Let Me Dream Again (New York), undated, 1880s
New York: R.A. Saalfield, undated. [3 pp.] Plate no. 209-3. Cover title: "Choice Gems of England's Songs."

Let Me Dream Again (Boston and Portland, OR), circa 1880
Words by B.C. Stephenson. Boston and Portland, OR: White, Smith Company. 7 pp. Plate no. 2652-5. Cover title: "Songs of Arthur Sullivan." Cover lithograph of a young Arthur Sullivan.

[Let Me Dream Again] O, Lasst Mich Traumen, circa 1890
Leipzig: Bosworth Co. 7 pp. Plate no. B Co. 144.

Little Maid of Arcadee (New York), 1870s
From Thespis. New York: Wm. A. Pond Co., undated. 7 pp. Plate no. 8378. Cover title: "Arthur Sullivan's Songs and Ballads."

Little Maid of Arcadee (New York), 1880s
New York: Benjamin W. Hitchcock, undated. 2 pp. Cover title: "Arthur Sullivan's Gems of Song."

Little Maid of Arcadee (London), undated
London: Edwin Ashdown, undated. 5 pp. Reprinted, with back cover advertisements to 1920.

Looking Back, undated
New York: S.T. Gordon, undated. 7 pp. Plate no. 4998-5. Cover title: "Songs of Miss Anna Louise Cary."

The Lost Chord (New York), [187-]
New York: Edward Schuberth Co., n.d. 7 pp. "Sung by Madame Antoinette Sterling."

The Lost Chord (New York), [1885]
New York: R.H. Macy Co. 5 pp. Cover title: "Gems of Arthur Sullivan." Advertisements for Macy's.

The Lost Chord. (New York), n.d.
New York: G. Schirmer, n.d. 7 pp. Plae no. 2041. Cover designed 1901 and titled: "The Best Songs of Arthur S. Sullivan."

The Lost Chord (New York), n.d.
New York: Century Music Publishing Co., n.d. 7 pp. Cover title: "Sacred Songs."

The Lost Chord (New York), n.d. Illustrated cover.
New York: De Luxe Music Co., n.d. 5 pp. Color illustrated over by Havelka.

The Lost Chord (Baltimore), n.d. Illustrated cover.
Baltimore: Emerson Drug Co., n.d. 3 pp. The Bromo Seltzer edition, with illustrated advertising cover.

The Lost Chord, 1935 (Chicago)
Chicago: Calumet Music Co. 3 pp. "With ukulele chords, guitar chords and special Hawaiian guitar chorus."

O Fair Dove! O Fond Dove! (London), [1869]
London: Ashdown Parry, n.d.. 7 pp. Plate no. A P 5349. Dedication to Miss Rachel Scott Russell. Publisher's stamp.

O Fair Dove! O Fond Dove! (Philadelphia), [187-]
Philadelphia: Lee Walker, n.d. 9 pp. Plate no. 13465. Cover title: "New Songs From Home."

Oh! My Charmer. (Oh! ma charmante), [187-]
New York: G. Schirmer, n.d. 5 pp. Plate no. 2901. Cover title: "Favorite Songs and Ballads."

Oh Sweet And Fair !, [186-]
New York: S.T. Gordon, n.d. 7 pp. Plate no. 4501:6.

Oh! That Love and Beauty. (When Love and Beauty), n.d.
Arranged by the Gregg Smith Singers. Van Nuys: Laurendale Associates n.d. Cover title: "Doo-Wop Madrigals."

Once Again, n.d.
London: Boosey Co., n.d. 9 pp. "Composed expressly for M. Sims Reeves." Wrapper advertisements for songs copyrighted in 1905.

Orpheus With His Lute., [1866]
London: Metzler Co., n.d. 7 pp. Plate no. M. 2095. "To Miss Louisa Crampton."

The Sailor's Grave, ca. 1901
London: Edwin Ashdown, n.d. 9 pp. Plate no. A P 11,051. A later reprint. Inserted are 4 pp handwritten music for string trio and percussion.

The Snow Lies White, ca. 1870
New York: C.H. Ditson Co., n.d. 7 pp. Plate no. 26621.

Songs from Michael Todd's Hot Mikado, 1939 Illustrated cover.
New York: Robbins Music Corp. 28 pp. Cover title: "Hot Mikado Song Folio." Modern rhythm adaptation by Charles L. Cooke. Illlustrated cover from the musical show.

Sweethearts, [1875]
London: Chappell Co., n.d. 7 pp. Plate no. 15967. "Sung by Mr. Edward Lloyd."

Tit Willow (From The Mikado), 1936
Chicago: Calumet Music Co. 2 pp. "With Hawaiian guitar chorus, ukulele chords, guitar chords."

The Vicar's Song (From "The Sorcerer"), [1879]
London: Metzler Co., n.d. 5 pp. Plate no. M 4888. "Sung by Mr. Santley."

Will He Come? (London), [1873]
London: Boosey Co., n.d. 7 pp. "Dedicated to the Lady Katherine Coke....Composed expressly for Madame Sainton Dolby."

Will He Come? (Boston), n.d.
Boston: Oliver Ditson Co. n.d. 7 pp. Plate no. 24496. "Sung by Miss Edith Wynne."

The Absent-Minded Beggar Special Edition de Luxe, n.d.
London: Ridgways, Limited. 4 pp. Facsimile reproduction o fthe original manuscript. Illustrated wrappers.

(The Distant Shore) Am fernen Strand. ( Leipzig)., ca. 1890. Illustrated cover.
Lied fur ein Sinstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte. Leipzig: Bosworth Co 10 p p. Plate no. 80. Lithographed cover by Anst. v. C.G. Roder, Leipzig.

Danse Gracieuse. (Leipzig), ca. 1900
Lepsig: Bosworth Co., n.d. 10 pp. Plate no. 3169.

The Dominion Hymn., 1880.
Montreal: De Zouche Co. 5 pp. "Dedicated to the People of Canada."

Engaged to So-And-So. (From the Sorcerer.), [1877].
London: Metzler Co., n.d. 5 pp. Plate no. M4891. "Sung by Mr. Barrington."

Fair Moon To Thee I Sing from "Pinafore.", 1904. Illustrated cover.
No. 19 of a series of Songs from the Standard Operas. Published as Supplement to "The North American", Oct. 2, 1904. Illustrated cover by Howe Williams. Music rearranged by Johan Schmidt. 4 pp.

H.M.S. Pinafore (Words and Music), 1879
New York: Norman L. Munro. Cover title: "Munro's 10 Cent Musical Library." Numbers 17-19, parts 1,2 and 3. Twenty-two musical numbers, each paginated separately. Contains "Oh Bliss! Oh Rapture!" (written as recitative prior to Act 2 finale).

I'm Call'd Little Buttercup., [1879] Illustrated cover.
New York: N.p., n.d. 3 pp. Full page illustrated cover by B. Day. "Presented to all readers of the New York Family Story Paper, no. 318. Two copies.

The Judge's Song (Trial By Jury)., [1875]
London: Chappell Co., n.d. 7 pp. Plate no. 15992. "Sung by Mr. Fred Sullivan." Lithograph by T.W. Lee in gilt border of Fred Sullivan as The Judge.

Let Me Dream Again. (Baltimore), ca. 1895.
Baltimore: Emerson Drug Co. 4 pp.. The Bromo-Seltzer Collection of Popular Songs, with advertisements for Bromo-Seltzer.

Lied des KoKo. (Leipsig), ca. 1900. Illustrated cover.
Leipsig: Bosworth Co. n.d. 3 pp. (+ 2pp. singstimme). Plate no. 4049. Pictorial cover: "Der Mikado" with scenes from the opera. Back Cover: Advertisement for "Die Gondoliere."

Lied des KoKo. (Vienna), ca. 1900. Illustrated cover.
Vienna: Jos. Weinberger Hofbauer, n.d. 3 pp. (+2 pp. singstimme). Plate no. W H 72. Pictorial cover: "Der Mikado" with portraits of two characters on fans.

Der Mikado. (Berlin), 1912. Illustrated cover.
Berlin and Vienna: Verlag Ullstein Co., Jan. 1912. In the series "Musik fur Alle. 20 pp. Contains essay, "Sullivan und sein Mikado." Illustrations from an early German production, pictorial cover and ten selections from Der Mikado in German.

"Musik fur Alle" was a monthly sheet music journal edited by Dr. Bogumil Zepler and published by Verlag Ullstein to further the apreciation of popular music.

Piano Gems of Gilbert Sullivan's Mikado., 1885. Illustrated cover.
Edited b y Julius Hart. New York: Richard A. Saalfield. 47 pp. Color lithographed cover.

Potpourri aus der Oper The Mikado (Budapest), ca. 1890. Illustrated cover.
Two copies. Arranger not known. Budapest: Zipser u. Konig, n.d. 13 pp. Pictorial cover with scene from the opera. Copy 1: Plate no. Z K 9 Copy 2: Plate no. Z K 10

Sad Memories., [1869]
London: Metzler Co., n.d. 5 pp. Plate no. M. 1238. Color lithographed cover by T.W. Lee.

Trial By Jury (Words and Music), 1879
New York: Norman L. Munro. 16 pp. Cover title: "Munro's 10 Cent Musical Library," Number 20, part 1. Eight musical numbers.

Were I Thy Bride., 1888. Illustrated cover.
New York: Wm. A. Pond Co. 5 pp. Plate no. 12.217-4. a souvenir of Rudolph Aronson's production of The Yeomen of the Guard at the Casino Theatre, New York.

When I Was A Lad, [1879] Illustrated cover.
New York: N.p., n.d. Full page illustrated cover by B. Day. "Presented to all readers of the New York Family Story Paper, No. 320."

The Flowers That Boom in the Spring., 1939. Illustrated cover.
New York: Edward B. Marks Music Corporation. 5 pp. Printed for "The Original Swing Mikado." Swing arrangement by Gentry Warden. Illustrated cover.

Three Little Maids (From The Mikado), 1939. Illustrated cover.
New York: Chappell Co., 5 pp. Illustrated cover from the 1939 Universal Pictures film.

Toye, Geoffrey
Piano Selection from Film Version of The Mikado., ca. 1939. Illustrated cover.
London: Chappell Co. 11 pp. Illustrated cover from the 1939 film.

Wallace, Herbert (arranger)
Gems from Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado"., 1886. Illustrated cover.
New York: Richard A. Saalfield. 24 pp. color lithographed cover titled: "The Mikado. Vocal Gems on Airs from Gilbert and Sullivan's Opera."

Waller, Henry
Dooley's Alibi., 1902. Illustrated cover.
"As Sung by Jefferson De Angeles in The Emerald Isle at the Herald Square Theatre, N.Y." Music supplement to the New York American and Journal, Nov. 23, 1902. 4 pp. Illustrated cover by A.E. Eddy.

The song was interpolated in the New York production of Sullivan's Opera. De Angeles played the role of Proessor Bunn.

Weberbauer, Arthur H. (arranger)
Three Little Maids From School., 1914
Newark NJ: T.S. Pettinger Advertising Agency. 3 pp. Printed as an advertisement for Yum Yum Bread. Color lithographic cover by Newark Lithographing Co.

Weigand, George (arranger)
Mikado Lanciers., 1885 (Illustrated cover)
On melodies by Arthur Sullivan. New York: Wm. A. Pond. 7 pp. Plate no. 11535. Illustrated cover by F. Ramsden. Cover title: "Dance Music from Mikado."

Whitney, A.H. (arranger)
A Little Jolly Boat from Sullivan's H.M.S. Pinafore For Little People, 1879
Philadelphia: M.D. Swisher. 9 pp. Melodies from Sullivan's score arranged as a potpourri.

Ephemera from films
Lobby cards
The Girl Said No (Grand National Films), 1937
3 Item(s) total

The Mikado (Universal Pictures), 1939
Six lobby cards from a set of eight published.
6 Item(s) total

The Mikado, 1948
One cyanotype lobby card for the 1948 re-release of the 1939 film in the United States. Labeled "40/1114"
1 Item(s) total

The Return of Gilbert and Sullivan (Lippert Pictures), 1950
4 Item(s) total

The Pirate Movie (Twentieth Century Fox), 1982
8 Item(s) total

Romance de un Pirata, 1982
Mexican release of the 1982 film "The Pirate Movie."
1 Item(s) total

The Pirates of Penzance (Universal Studios), 1983
8 Item(s) total

Topsy Turvy (, 1999
Eight lobby cards for the Pathe distribution in France of the film Topsy Turvy.
8 Item(s) total

Window cards
The Mikado, 1939
1 Item(s) total

The Great Gilbert and Sullivan (United Artists), 1952
8 Item(s) total

The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan (British Lion), 1952
8 Item(s) total

The Cool Mikado (United Artists), 1962
8 Item(s) total

The Pirates of Penzance (Universal Studios), 1983
8 Item(s) total

Souvenir brochures
The Girl Said No (Grand National Films), 1937
16 pp. Glassine printed wrapper
1 Item(s) total

The Mikado, 1939
Cinegram, No. 75. (1939) Entire issue devoted to the 1939 film.
1 Item(s) total

The Mikado, 1939
Three souvenir brochures: London: World Premier of film "The Mikado". Civic Theatre (Newcastle, Australia) State Theatre (Sydney, Australia) State's 10th Anniversary Program, June 1939.
3 Item(s) total

Gilbert and Sullivan, 1954
1 Item(s) total

The Mikado (BHE), 1966
1 Item(s) total

Posters
Film posters can be found under the series "Posters."

Photographs
Publicity photographs for films can be found under the series "Photographs."

Press kits
The Great Gilbert and Sullivan (New York: United Artists), 1953
8 pp. press book.
1 Item(s) total

The Pirate Movie (German release), 1983
1 Item(s) total

The Pirates of Penzance (Universal Films), 1983
1 Item(s) total

The Pirates of Penzance (Elektra / Asylum recording), 1983
Topsy Turvy, 1999
Two items:

Press kit for the 1999 film.

Publicity press brochure for the French distibrution of the 1999 film.
2 Item(s) total

Advertising
The Mikado, 1939
Advertising postcard for the 1939 film.
1 Item(s) total

The Pirates of Penzance, 1983
Large magazine advertisement for distribution of the 1983 film.
1 Item(s) total

Topsy Turvy, 1999
Seven large magazine advertisements for Academy Award nomination consideration for the 1999 film.
7 Item(s) total

Contracts
The Mikado (Universal Pictures), 1939
Distributor's contract for exhibition of the 1939 film.
1 Item(s) total



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