It’s a typical, busy summer day for Ohio Light Opera Artistic Director Steven Daigle.

“We staged ‘Ruddigore’ in the morning, (the) afternoon was a production of ‘Brigadoon,’ and we’re about to move into a dress rehearsal of ‘One Touch of Venus.’”

Daigle says about 20,000 flock each year to the eight-week festival at the College of Wooster.

“A die-hard patron can come in and see all seven of the shows. You can come in and see within a two-day period even a Gershwin, Porter, Lerner and Loewe, and Gilbert and Sullivan title.”

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