Kearsley Park Players present ‘Pirates of Penzance’ at Crossroads




From left, Zac Wieber as Frederick, Caroline Marie Collins as Mabel and Mike Davis as the Pirate King.

From left, Zac Wieber as Frederick, Caroline Marie Collins as Mabel and Mike Davis as the Pirate King.

FLINT — Flint’s Kearsley Park Players take to the stage again in the Gilbert & Sullivan musical classic “Pirates of Penzance”. This rollicking comedy features pirates, beautiful maidens, comic policemen, a star-crossed love affair and some of the best music in the history of musical theater. Opening at Crossroads Village’s historic opera house, shows will run August 1, Saturday August 2 and Sunday, Aug. 3 at 7:00 pm. The show will then move to Kearsely Park for performances, Aug. 8-9 at 7 p.m. with a final performance Aug. 10 at 3 p.m. (the only matinee). Tickets are $5. To make reservations for Crossroads Village opera house, call 810-736-7100 (ext. 6) and for Kearsley Park call 810- 845-4050.

This performance is part of “2014 Theatre in OUR Parks”, a collaboration between the City of Flint Parks and Recreation Department and Genesee County Parks Commission through a generous grant from the Ruth Mott Foundation. — G.G.


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