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January 20, 2015 4:22 PM

PLU students get a Handel on baroque opera

Clad in medieval armor on the Eastvold Auditorium stage, Erika Hagen looks worried. She’s a girl dressed as a guy, pretending to be in love with a sorceress so she can secretly rescue her fiance, and acting out a medieval story while singing 18th-century opera.

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