, and Pitti-Sing are scheduled to die after luncheon.
Bass baritone Thomas Goerz was animated arid always humorous as the alternately obsequious and self-aggrandizing Pooh-Bah
, the jack of all portfolios.
Dawkins as Pooh-Bah
, the very arch bureaucrat, gets to absorb all of the roles of the city's leaders, judicial, economic, clerical, military, etc.
He has terric support, too, from another D'Oyly Carte veteran, Gareth Jones, as Pooh-Bah
William Paley, who originally thought the show
All of which is why Ebersol, with his out-of-touch approach to the Sydney Olympics, must pay attention if he's going to keep his position of Olympic pooh-bah
The Mikado Malcolm Rivers Nanki-Poo Colin Lee Ko-Ko Richard Suart Pooh-Bah
Royce Mills Pish-Tush Gareth Jones Yum-Yum Jacqueline Varsey Pitti-Sing Maria Jones Peep-Bo Sophie-Louise Dann Katisha Deborah Hawksley
With outrageous comic characters like Ko-Ko, Pish-Tush, Pooh-Bah
, and Nanki-Poo combined with some of the wittiest lyrics ever put to paper, then add songs such as Wandering Minstral, Three Little Maids, The Sun Whose Rays, Here's A How-De-Do and many more, how could is possibly fail to impress.
The lovers were sweetly selfcentred, while Pooh-Bah
made bureaucracy hilarious.
Baritone Stephen Richardson plays the Mikado, Andrew Shore is Pooh-Bah
and John Mather Charitable Trust Scottish Opera Emerging Artist Ben McAteer is Pish-Tush.
The other leads include Bruce Merlin as a sonorously pompous and venal Pooh-Bah
, Celia Poole as the vengeful Katisha - handling some of the most demanding musical material - and Gerald Tinson, a charismatic presence as the Mikado.
ALMOST immediately after government minister John Denham made his decision about the Kirkby stadium, George Howarth was in touch with Peter "Meddlesome" who has now become the Pooh-Bah
of the Government and according to some would like to be the Mikado.
Mark Williams will be Ko-Ko and Tony Jay will be Pooh-Bah
AUDIENCE members will be invited to catch the killer when the Swan Theatre Amateur Company presents Angela Lanyon's Sign In for
Praise indeed, from a man who played Pooh-Bah
2,000 times over a period of 25 years and was thus afforded ample opportunity to see sundry Ko-Kos at close quarters.
Or, as NBC pooh-bah
Dick Ebersol says: ``In order to bring the competition to the greatest number of viewers, it will be all on tape.