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The Pirates of Penzance

April 4 — June 22, 2025

Todd Haimes Theatre

The Pirates of Penzance

April 4 — June 22, 2025

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Ramin Karimloo and David Hyde Pierce lead the crew in this must-see Roundabout reimagining of The Pirates of Penzance. Scott Ellis (Doubt; Kiss Me, Kate) directs and Warren Carlyle (Harmony; Kiss Me, Kate) choreographs with a hilarious new adaptation by Rupert Holmes (The Mystery of Edwin Drood), musical direction by Joseph Joubert (Caroline, or Change), and orchestrations by Joubert and Daryl Waters (Memphis). 

Gilbert & Sullivan’s pirate ship docks in New Orleans in this jazzy-bluesy vision of the crowd-pleasing classic, in an outrageously clever romp sizzling with Caribbean rhythms and French Quarter flair. With the tongue-twisting Major-General, the rabble-rousing Pirate King, newly-imagined young lovers, daring daughters, footloose pirates and fleet-footed police, there's a shipload of musical comedy delights on board to dazzle first-timers and G&S aficionados alike. 

The Pirates of Penzance Cast

Pirate King
Ramin Karimloo
W.S. Gilbert, Major General
David Hyde Pierce

The Pirates of Penzance Creative

Arthur Sullivan
W.S. Gilbert
Rupert Holmes
Joseph Joubert and Daryl Waters
Music Direction
Joseph Joubert
Warren Carlyle
Scott Ellis

Additional cast and creative team members will be announced at a later date.

Underwriting support for The Pirates of Penzance is generously provided by Salman and Vienn Al-Rashid.

Major support for The Pirates of Penzance is generously provided by the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation.

The Pirates of Penzance benefits from Roundabout’s Musical Production Fund with lead gifts from Salman and Vienn Al-Rashid, the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, Michael Kors and Lance Le Pere, Diane and Tom Tuft, and Cynthia C. Wainwright and Stephen Berger.

The empty house of the Todd Haimes Theatre with a wash of purple light over the seats, and a chandelier hangs at the top of the theatre.

Presented at

Todd Haimes Theatre

227 West 42nd Street, New York, NY

between 7th and 8th Avenues