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Iolanthe by William S. Gilbert (libretto) and Arthur Sullivan (music)

Love and politics cross paths in a most unlikely way in Gilbert and Sullivan's popular comic operetta. Twenty-five years ago, the fairy Iolanthe was exiled for marrying a mortal. Unbeknownst to the rest of her kind, Iolanthe bore a son, Strephon, before her banishment. Now a young shepherd, Strephon falls madly in love with Phyllis, a ward of the Court of Chancery. But the entire House of Lords also wants Phyllis, and a chaotic struggle ensues between the fairies and Britain's men of power.

Iolanthe ran March 26-28 and April 2-5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Mainstage Theater.

Director: Heidi Winters Vogel
Stage Managers: Sarah Harder and Emily Hertzler
Assistant Stage Manager: Jamie Hiner
Lord Chancellor - Brent Anders
Fairy Queen - Charlotte Wenger
Phyllis - Lena Risser
Strephon - Benjamin Bergey
Iolanthe - Chelsea Mast
Lord Tolloler - Michael Swartzendruber
Lord Mountararat - Justin Rittenhouse
Private Willis - Todd Hooley
Celia - Laura Wheatley
Leila - Rebeca Barge
Fleta - Brooke Snyder
Fairies - Heidi Bauman, Katie Landis, Esther Shank, Selah Shenk, Monica Stouffer, Krista Townsend
Peers - Gabriel Brunk, Aaron Clemmer, Brendon Derstine, Joel DeWald, Andrew Kirk, Todd Hooley, Joel Rittenhouse, Michael Spory

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