Cy Hoffman and Tim MacAlpine from The Adobe Theater, joined New Mexico Living to invite us to the performance of ‘Mikado‘ opening next weekend.
Gilbert & Sullivan’s beloved operetta, ‘Mikado’ is a classic masterpiece of silliness and satire will take you to a politically incorrect, fictional version of feudal Japan, which may or may not look anything like Japan, for an evening of tomfoolery and visual decadence. When Nanki-Poo, the son of the Mikado (the emperor of Japan) visits the town of Titipu in disguise to profess his love for the beautiful Yum-Yum, deadly comic intrigues ensue. Ultimately, this side-splitting satire on imperialism and bureaucracy ends in a series of sublimely ridiculous executions and weddings.
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