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Sudbury Savoyards Bring Play to Town This Weekend

The play opens Thursday and runs through March 1.

Mike Lague as "Sergeant of Police" with "Policemen" John Gorgone and Bill Johnson in The Sudbury Savoyards winter production of "The Pirates of Penzance." (Courtesy Photo)
Mike Lague as "Sergeant of Police" with "Policemen" John Gorgone and Bill Johnson in The Sudbury Savoyards winter production of "The Pirates of Penzance." (Courtesy Photo)
If you're looking for some good theater, you don't have to go all the way to Boston or Broadway. You can stay right in Sudbury.

The Sudbury Savoyards are bringing a performance of The Pirates of Penzance to town starting on Thursday.

Under the direction of Dennis O'Brien and Kathryn Denney, the group will perform "one of the most popular of the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas," according to their website.

The play will take place in a "Steampunk" theme, according to the group.

"This is a genre of speculative fiction which supposes that Victorian technology had continued to grow and evolve free from the changes wrought by the 20th century," the description reads. "It has been described as 'what the Past might have looked like if the Future had arrived earlier.'"

After opening on Thursday night, the show runs through March 1. Performances will take place inside the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Theater.

For tickets to any of the performances, call (978) 443-8811. For more information on the Sudbury Savoyards, you can visit their website.
Andrea Roessler February 19, 2014 at 05:01 PM
The Sudbury Savoyards are in their 53rd year and this version of The Pirates of Penzance is going to be incredible! Fabulous costumes, sets, large ensemble cast and a great orchestra - and all of the net proceeds are donated to the relief of world hunger! Tickets are still available visit: www.sudburysavoyards.org or call 978-443-8811 now!

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