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CAREFREE SATIRE definitely

Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘Mikado’ closes Dayton Opera season If you want to know who we are, we are gentlemen of Japan!” Thus begins the energetic opening chorus of Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic masterpiece, The Mikado. But please don’t take the chorus at their word. The Mikado (or The Town of Titipu) is a rollicking good […]

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Carefree Satire Definitely – Mikado

Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘Mikado’ closes Dayton Opera season If you want to know who we are, we are gentlemen of Japan!” Thus begins the energetic opening chorus of Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic masterpiece, The Mikado. But please don’t take the chorus at their word. The Mikado (or The Town of Titipu) is a rollicking good […]

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Devilishly Satisfying

Dayton Opera produces compelling ‘Faust’ Perhaps the spell of Dayton Opera’s impending 50th anniversary season is already working its magic because the organization’s current Faust, which opened Saturday, April 10 at the Schuster Center, seems to be a banner celebration production. Gounod’s masterwork has captivated and stirred audiences for over 150 years, and the Dayton […]

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Bluegrass at the Mayflower

Ma Crow and the Lady Slippers at Mayflower Arts Center By Rick Eichhorn Photo: [l - r] Vickie Abbott, Ma […]

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