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attended Feb 08 2014

The reviews on here concerned me going in, but initial skepticism was quickly replaced by a smile that lasted the next three hours. The head executioner and mayor put in particularly good performances and the rest of the cast was great as well....continued

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attended Feb 08 2014

I was a bit unsure of how it was going to turn-out, after I looked at some of the reviews before I went. I am glad I didn't pay heed to those reviews. The Mikado was a very enjoyable show, a fabulous performance by a very capable cast accompanied...continued

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attended Feb 07 2014

The show was fantastic! There were Supertitles on the side so you could follow the story. The singing was wonderful and so was the acting. We were so glad we went.

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Website

http://savoyards.stanford.edu

Description

Music Director Joseph Haletky, a founder of the Savoyards who has directed and performed with many Bay Area choruses and theater ensembles, as well as world-renowned symphonic choruses, brings 40 years of musical experience to this almost, but not quite, traditional production. The Titipu Community Orchestra is comprised of over 20 Bay Area professional and amateur musicians.

Shows run 2 ½ hours in length and include a 10-minute intermission with a snack and beverage concession. 

Projected supertitles of the lyrics accompany all performances.

About the Ticket Supplier: Stanford Savoyards

The Stanford Savoyards, a student-run community theatre company dedicated to Gilbert & Sullivan, produce two fully-staged and orchestrated operettas on the Stanford campus per season. The Savoyards are known for putting clever spins on the traditional G&S opus, often paying homage to pop culture phenomena such as Bollywood, Firefly and Star Trek: The Next Generation.