The family-friendly comedy by Gilbert & Sullivan, "Pirates of Penzance" has it all. There is singing, dancing, sword fighting, and more than its share of pirates and damsels. And its playing free at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 1102 S. Pearl St. in Tacoma.
The show opens this weekend and continues with performances through Aug. 3.
The quick-witted tale is directed by Erin Guinup and comes with a live orchestra and 40 actors from throughout the Puget Sound.
"Pirates of Penzance" tells the story of a pirate apprentice named Frederic, who decides… Read More