Roles still open
The Gondoliers roles of Antonio, Francesco, and Giorgio, Vittoria and Guilia are still open along with Annibale, a male speaking role. To indicate your interest click here,
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Troupers performs with the support of the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development.
The Troupers tackled The Yeomen of the Guard with gusto on two Saturdays in mid-April at the Norwalk Concert Hall. The Troupers have been our local operetta company since 1946(!). They performed Yeomen seven seasons before this.
As in H.M.S. Pinafore last season, the cast here is particularly strong. David Richy, as Niccolù, and Brett Kroeger, as Amiam, effortlessly fill the hall with their ebullient sound. Richy’s voice is more evenly placed over his vocal range, giving it a fine sheen; once again Kroeger is totally and delightfully square into the G & S style, both vocally and dramatically, radiant as the sun and moon she sings about. Under the direction of Keith Miller, each creates a believable character, but they also partner well with each other through the many tests their relationship must endure over the course of the opera.