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12 Jan 2006

Nanki-Poo, Yum-Yum and Other Eternal Verities

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/12/arts/music/12gilb.html

By BERNARD HOLLAND [NY Times, 12 January 2006]

Gilbert and Sullivan operas can be an enthusiasm, a hobby or in extreme cases an obsession. How else to explain the 32 seasons of Albert Bergeret's New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players? My 25 years on the beat have found them in circumstances far more threadbare than City Center, where "The Mikado" played on Tuesday night. Where similar companies in the city have faded, Mr. Bergeret and his little team have persevered, and here they were with a very decent 25-piece band, a legitimate stage and a nice audience for their January season.

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