Papers Presented at the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, June 27–28, 2011
Edited and with an Introduction by Ralph MacPhail, Jr.
York, Pennsylvania, 2012
Gilbert and Gilbert & Sullivan: Ian Bradley
The Masculine Woman and the Feminine Man: Gender Parody in the Savoy Operas
A Greek Remark: The Savoy Operas Viewed through an Aristotelian Lens
Components of Gilbert’s Genius
Andrew Vorder Bruegge
A Dull Enigma: Historians’ Analysis of Gilbert and Sullivan’s Impact on the Development of the American Musical Theatre
Sullivan, Gilbert, Gilbert & Sullivan— and A Soupçon of Cellier: John E. Dreslin
Gilbert’s Girls: Comes a Train of Little Ladies
Sylvan H. Kesilman
The Principal Comic Roles in the Gilbert and Sullivan Operas
The Writing and Composition of The Mountebanks: The Evidence of theAutograph Score, the Vocal Scores and the Early Librettos
Wisdom from the East and from the West: Thomas Drucker
Cheerful Facts about Matters Mathematical
Think British—Sing Yiddish!
Interfering in Politics: The Reality of Iolanthe
The Curious Case of “Little Maid of Arcadee”
H.M.S. Pinafore in American Waters: Re ections, Corrections, and a Startling RevelationL Was Gilbert a Little Liberal or a Little Conservative?
The Humor of the Operas: It’s Not All in the Words