First Look: Iolanthe On Stage At Wagner College Theatre (Photos)

Wagner College Theatre’s season resumed last week kicking off with Gilbert & Sullivan’s rarely seen Iolanthe on the Main Stage! With a week of performances now under their belts, the cast and crew returns to the Main Stage for a second week of performances kicking off tonight! Never heard of Iolanthe? Not sure if you know what the show will be about or if you want to attend? Luner on Theatre hopes to help you with that decision, making it a y-e-s, with this photo feature sneak peek! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you an exciting first look at Iolanthe on stage at Wagner College Theatre!

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Click here to learn more about Iolanthe at Wagner College Theatre! The production runs through Sunday March 6th and is not to be missed! As a rarely seen staged piece of theatre, Wagner College Theatre knocks it out of the park with this Gilbert & Sullivan classic directed and choreographed by Rusty Curcio. I highly recommend making the journey across New York harbor to check out this show! Thank you Karen O’Donnell for allowing us to share the photos used in this blog post! For more information, visit Wagner College Theatre’s Official WebsiteFacebook or TwitterAnd of course, be sure to check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!

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