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In celebration of Cornell University's sesquicentennial, the Cornell Savoyards brought the life of Jennie McGraw, donor of the original Cornell Chimes, to the stage Feb. 7-8, 2015 in "Jennie's Will: A Musical History in Two Acts." Composed by Mark Simon DMA '85, the operetta tells of the courtship and brief marriage between McGraw and Cornell's first librarian, Willard Fiske.
Sponsored by the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions (SCE). The Cornell Savoyards regularly bring Gilbert and Sullivan operas to the community as part of SCE's free summer events series.