The play follows Lemuel Gulliver on his journeys through strange and distant lands. He encounters tiny Lilliputians, and visits the land of giants, Brobdingnag. From there he travels to Laputa, a floating island devoted to the arts and academics, and finds a land inhabited by intelligent, speaking horses called Houhynhms, whose servants are Yahoos, deformed human-like creatures. What does it all mean and how will his travels change him? Hilarious, fantastical, and just a little bit critical, Gulliver's Travels is a classic piece of social satire. This production will be performed by our conservatory students.