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Ruddigore Review II – Stanford Savoyards complete their afternoon of eerie fun

“What’s in a name?” asks the Bard.  A great deal, according to the appearance and actions of Richard Copperwaite, a welcome import from England.  Continue reading »

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Ruddigore Review I – Stanford Savoyards present an afternoon of eerie fun

Ruddigore is not as well known as some of the other Gilbert and Sullivan operas — which is a shame, because it is full of catchy tunes, clever words, and a comic twist to provide a happy ending.  I enjoyed the production at Dinkelspiel Auditorium on Saturday May 12 2012 so much that I went again for the final performance on Sunday.  Continue reading »

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