PAE 22 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 'Mikado' players relax between calls JL ' ' . . * . ' . Â· ' Â· Â· . - Â· . . - / Â· . . Â· Â· Â· Â· Sue Hopf awaits her call during rehearsal while doing needlepoint. Continued from page 15 "The Mikado." It doesn't have to sing or be on stage all the time, giving time to flop in out-front seats and watch the principals do their thing. And the principals are strong. Jim Felton, in the title role, storms and ; broods magnificently and has a pig-stuck shriek that makes the "hair stand up on the back of your neck. David Maher, young, handsome, lyric tenor plays the wand'ring minstrel Nanki- Pooh with convincing charm, and Peggy Keller, of the China doll features; and crystalline soprano, makes a delicious Yum-Yum. Ko-ko, played by Dr. Louis Brunsting with wild comic flail' (you should see what he does to the bird in "Tit Willow"), and Nanki-Pooh, of course, have a mock heroic tug of war over Yum-Yum's affection. Experience shows, as .in the role of the aging hamdan-Ka- tisha (who tries to claim Nanki-Pooh for her rightful'lover) performed -byV'tflisV Shelton with professional polish. But. youth and talent have their strong Â·.point's, too, 'as in the: performance of Pitti-Sing, simg,in-lustfous mahogany by. 18-year-old Sandra Malorieyi Veteran Gilbert and Sullivan ; trouper Harvey Nelson makes the .officious Pooh-Bah / all bluster and bumble and 'out- rageousnonsense;'Jim Shafer is expertly antic (and titanic) as the noble lord Pish Tush and Sue Rainey looks as well as sounds the part of the delicate Peep-Bo. When the chorus isn't needed, it fragments into clusters of needle-pointers (a lot of that among the ranks), coffee drinkers,' donut scarfers and self-appointed' critics of every note and every action emanating from the stage. Ask the GSers why they do it, why they give up evenings for weeks to pull an 1880s English operetta together and U A readers to perform The University of Arizona Reader's Theater, will perform tomorrow for the Opera Guild of Southern Arizona. Under" the direction of Dr. Charles Mattiiigly .of the, U A speech department, the students will read' from "Romeo and Juliet." Characters will be portrayed by Max Wager, . Daviil Williams, Stephen Baldridge, Stephanie Stevenson, Betty Cjriibulk,-Thomas. Smith, \Kathleeii Kelly and Harold Hancock, Tim Pierson will narrate. : - Â·The performance, at , St. Paul's Episcopal Church; 1501 El; Speedway Blvd., will begin at 10 aim. following a 9:30 .coffee. Â·":Â·Â·. '. Â· . 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