THE MIKADO, Moonlight Warehouse Theatre, Clermont, FL (7/3/09 - 8/2/09)

cover: George Perez
THE MIKADO, Moonlight Warehouse Theatre, Clermont, FL
7/3/09 - 8/2/09
Moonlight Warehouse Theatre (
www.moonlightplayers.com)

George Perez plays Pooh-Bah in The Mikado play

The Moonlight Warehouse Theatre
732 Montrose Street, Clermont, FL
Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM Sundays at 2PM Tickets: Adults $15, Students $12 For reservations call: 352-319-1116 or e-mail reservations[a]moonlightplayers.com

More info at www.moonlightplayers.com


photograph: Kristen Wheeler

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    THE MIKADO, Moonlight Warehouse Theatre, Clermont, FL (7/3/09 - 8/2/09)

    MIKADO (2009), art by George Perez at, from All About GPz


    George Perez in The Mikado
    posted ‎‎Jul 26, 2009 10:32 PM‎‎ by vu sleeper

    From Vu


    THE MIKADO, Moonlight Warehouse Theatre, Clermont, FL (7/3/09 - 8/2/09)
    Kristen Wheeler posted a few photographs of George Perez at his appearance on The Mikado play at The Moonlight Theatre, on her Facebook Gallery. Unfortunately, due to Facebook's closed nature, you do need a FB account to even view it (that is if the album isn't restricted).

    The Mikado is running from July 3rd to August 2nd at the Moonlight Theatre.  Details of cost, directions, and descriptions from moonlightplayers.com:

    Nanki-Poo, in love with Yum-Yum, returns home to Titipu from exile to find her betrothed to Koko, the town executioner, who has been condemned to death for flirting and must execute himself. This classic comic opera set in Japan is by Gilbert and Sullivan.

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    The Moonlight Theatre is located at 732 B W. Montrose Street  in the heart of downtown Clermont just north of SR50. At the intersection of SR50 & 8th Street turn right (north) onto 8th Street. Go to the 3rd stop sign and turn right onto West Minneola Avenue. Parking is available in the Public Lot on the right or in the lot beside the Elks Lodge.

    All regular season productions are
    $15 for Adults
    $12 for Students

    Please call our reservation hotline 352-319-1116

    We accept Cash or Checks.
    Now accepting Credit Card payments via Paypal, just email us at the reservations email for billing information.

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