In this, the first episode of History Bites (the bi-weekly, abbreviated version of The History Files), we take a look at the founders of modern musical theater, and all-around creative geniusses (genii?), Gilbert & Sullivan. (Don’t worry, we’ll have Gordon again next time.)
Show notes and links:
- I, Robot (en.wikipedia.org)
- The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon
- Charitots of Fire (The Mikado)
- Gilbert and Sullivan in Raiders of the Lost Ark (Salah sings!)
- The Pirates of Penzance , The 1981 Joe Papp revival.
- Oh, Better Far to Live and Die Kevin Kline sings “Oh, better, far, to live and die…”
- Topsy-Turvy (1999) (imdb.com)
- The History Files | CSICON (csicon.net)
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- The History Files Show (at facebook.com)
- CSICONauts Chat (csicon.net)
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