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A Florentine folly with ‘Light in the Piazza’ | PHOTO

'Light in the Piazza' opened Friday at Bainbridge Performing Arts and runs through May 24.
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Kimbre Lancaster and Carter Kight as young lovers in “Light in the Piazza,” which opened Friday at Bainbridge Performing Arts.

Among other treats: a poignant mother-daughter relationship, a story that director Steven Fogell calls “beautiful, and kind of perfect in structure,” and a fantastic set piece interpretation of Michelangelo’s “David.”

“It has an old-school feeling, but in a really great, modern way,” Fogell said.

See Bainbridge Performing Arts for tickets and info.

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