The Cornell Savoyards present Gilbert & Sullivan's "Princess Ida"

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Stage Director Judith Pratt talks about the Cornell Savoyards‘ production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s Princess Ida. It’s both a satire on women’s education and the misogynistic views of it prevalent in the Victorian Era. The Savoyards have set this production in the era of the Robber Barons of the late 1800’s and, specifically, at Wells College.

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