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Events CANCELED: A Philly Mikado!

CANCELED: A Philly Mikado!

Aurora Classical

October 1—2

2022 Fringe Festival

2 hrs


Trinity Center for Urban LifeMap

Wheelchair Accessible

This show has been canceled.

A wacky, eccentric and absolutely fabulous time! That’s what you’ll have at our semi-staged concert version of one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s best works. Political satire set in today’s Philadelphia. Even the names have been “Phillized”. We love this city. We love G&S. Figured why not combine the two? Come experience the results. We’ll have fun!

Appropriate for ages 13+

THIS SHOW IS IN PERSON On Saturday October 1 3:30pm and Sunday October 2nd 3:30pm.

Under a separate show listing called A Philly Mikado! LIVE STREAM VERSION you may purchase a ticket to live stream Sunday’s performance.

Content Considerations

This performance contains brief suggested language.

Health & Safety

Masks are required to attend this event. Audience members must wear masks for the duration of this performance. Vaccination cards will not be checked. Please plan accordingly.


About the Artist

Aurora Classical’s mission is to excite people about classical music! Our goal is to share the art to those who may not have seen it up close and personal before, to give them the comfort and hope only classical music can provide and an opportunity for professional classical performers to share their work. Aurora Classical takes its name and inspiration from the news paper “Philadelphia Aurora” which was founded by Benjamin Franklin Bache, grandson to Benjamin Franklin. The paper stood for the rights of “yeoman farmers”,”planters” and the “plain folk”. We believe classical music is for everyone no matter your budget!