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San Diego Lovers Of Musical Theatre! Sing Along With THE MIKADO, 9/23

San Diego Lovers Of Musical Theatre! Sing Along With THE MIKADO, 9/23When a work of musical theatre becomes so beloved and well-known, such a part of the cultural landscape, that aficionados sitting in the audience can barely resist the urge to sing along with the songs they know and love so well-why not let them, and even encourage them?

That's the inspiration behind Bodhi Tree Concerts' next concert, a Sing-Along performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's classic farce THE MIKADO. The cast may be top-notch, including Michael Sokol as Koko, Alvin Almazan as Nanki-Poo, Megan Schulze as Yum-Yum, Sharmay Musacchio as Katisha, and Walter DuMelle as Pooh-Bah, but that doesn't mean they will mind at all when audience members join in the fun. The hijinks are kept in hand by music director Janie Prim.

Don't have a Mikado chorus score lying around to bring to the sing-along? That's okay! Chorus scores will be sold at the door!

SING-ALONG MIKADO Saturday, September 23, 2018, at 4pmAll Souls' Episcopal Church, 1475 Catalina Blvd., Point LomaJanie Prim, Music DirectorReception with the artists in the adjoining patio following the concert

Proceeds benefit Elderhelp of San Diego

As for the plot: In the town of Titipu, a young man, Nanki-Poo, has been sentenced to death for violating the Mikado's law against flirting... so begins arguably the most popular of Gilbert & Sullivan's classic and hilarious tales. "Three Little Maids," "Tit-Willow," and "I've Got a Little List" are just a few of the favorite songs from this masterpiece.

As with all performances by Bodhi Tree Concerts, all proceeds from this concert will go to support a local nonprofit-in this case, ElderHelp of San Diego, whose mission is to ensure San Diego seniors can remain independent and live with dignity in their own homes.

Tickets to all Bodhi Tree Concerts are $25, $15 for students and military, and can be purchased online at

About Bodhi Tree Concerts
Now in its seventh season, Bodhi Tree Concerts performs random acts of kindness by presenting music events, donating 100 percent of its profits to charitable causes. The group hires exclusively local artists, to inspire community engagement, philanthropy, and enlightenment through music. The organization has already presented more than 30 concerts and donated more than $25,000 to over 30 charitable organizations including Mama's Kitchen, Voices for Children, Erase Poverty, and Foundation for Women, just to name a few. Bodhi Tree Concerts won a coveted San Diego Bravo Award in 2013, a Best of Fringe Award in 2014, a Best of 2014 and 2015 from, a Critics Choice Award in 2015 for its SD Premiere of Tears of the Knife, and most recently a Best of Fest and Best Male Performer in an Opera or Musical: San Diego International Fringe Festival for the San Diego premiere of 8 Songs for a Mad King.

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