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The Hawaii Opera Theatre's production of Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado" opens this weekend. Artistic director Henry Akina says the production will be faithful to the form and spirit of the satirical opera created in England in 1885, including elements deemed politically incorrect by some in recent years.
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