In this original concept production by Charles Berigan and David Fuller, you are invited to be a guest at a holiday party on December 10, 1941, given by the British consul, Sir Evelyn Estebrooke, where the entertainment is "The Mikado" performed by friends from the Singapore community. Occurring just days after the raid on Pearl Harbor, the Brits aim to thumb their collective noses at the Empire of the Rising Sun, totally unaware that the Emperor's troops are marching down the Malayan Peninsula toward this Gibraltar of the East.
About the Company: Theater Ten Ten
Founded in 1955, Theater Ten Ten is New York City's longest consecutively operating Equity Theater Company, and an Arts Outreach Program of the Park Avenue Christian Church. It is dedicated to producing classic and contemporary plays and musicals and to providing a nurturing atmosphere for both emerging artists and seasoned professionals. The company is also committed to spreading awareness to all, educating youth, and using some nontraditional casting to allow more diversity and opportunities for women in the arts
Friday, Saturday, Monday at 8pm
Sunday at 3pm
Thursday, May 5th at 7pm
Theater: Theater Ten Ten
Address: 1010 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10028
|Cost:$20.00 (cash only at door) or Call: at 212-288-3246|