RUDDIGORE: The Witch's Curse
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All the village men love sweet Rose Maybud, but Rose cares only for the shy Robin Oakapple. Alas, Robin has a secret: he's really Sir Ruthven, Baronet of Ruddigore in disguise, trying to avoid the curse that was cast on the family title. Once his secret is discovered he must commit a dastardly crime each day or suffer the wrath of his ghostly ancestors.

The Durham Savoyards and their orchestra return in their 41st season with this wonderful melodrama parody.

The Durham
Savoyards, Ltd.

in its 41st season
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The Witch's Curse

Gilbert & Sullivan's delightful musical comedy
about ghosts, madness, and love!

Haunting the stage of the

Carolina Theatre

Downtown Durham
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Friday-Saturday, 8pm
March 19-20, 2004

Sunday, 2pm
March 21, 2004

Friday-Saturday, 8pm
March 26-27, 2004

Sunday, 2pm
March 28, 2004

Tickets are $26.00 (reserved seating)
and $22.00 (general admission)

seniors $2 off, students half price
discounts are available for groups of 15 or more

Tickets may be purchased directly from any cast member,
or by phone from the Carolina Theatre Box Office at 919-560-3030,
or online from

For more information about The Durham Savoyards, Limited, RUDDIGORE or The Witch's Curse and other productions, please visit

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This program is made possible in part through gifts
to the Durham Arts Council United Arts Fund
and support from the City of Durham.

This performance in the Carolina Theatre's Fletcher Hall
is made possible in part by a grant from the
Durham Arts Council's Fletcher Performing Arts Fund.