What You'll Get
Feminism, Darwinian evolution and other Victorian England hot topics get the classic Gilbert & Sullivan "topsy-turvy" treatment in Princess Ida, a hilarious battle-of-the-sexes that centers around a princess who ditches her marriage obligations to a prince in order to run a women's university. To prevent war between the kingdoms, the well-meaning prince endeavors to woo the princess by infiltrating her university ... disguised as a woman, of course. First staged at the Savoy in 1884, this witty tale of cross-dressing princes and the feminists who love them -- presented by The Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston -- features Sullivan at his finest. (In fact, the series of trios, quartets and quintets in Act II is regarded among the very best in their canon.)
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