Gilbert and Sullivan Society "The Mikado" set design, Act I, Rice University
A watercolor painting by Anderson Todd of the set design for Act I of the Gilbert and Sullivan opera "The Mikado", intended for use by the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Houston. The image depicts a traditionally-dressed Japanese female standing at the entrance to a small building, with a bench on the left and a bright red ceremonial arch on the right. Artist’s last name appears on lower right hand margin. Original resource is a watercolor painting.
In 1951, a small group of Rice Institute faculty and their wives started the Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Using the resources and talent of the university, the group staged productions of Gilbert and Sullivan's greatest plays. Performances not only took place at Hamman Hall and Cohen House, but also at the Kinkaid School and local churches.
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