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Another second-year show: Utterly forgettable, and well worth remembering

Behind every great fortune, the saying goes, lies a great crime. The same could be said of the second-year show. Always committed with the best of intentions, the foul deed exists largely to drive the plot forward and send second-year students singing and dancing to a finale of forgiveness. In recent years the crimes have included the theft of the Cushing brain collection and the cloning of Robert H. Gifford, M.D., HS ’67, the former deputy dean for education. The crime in O Doctor, Where Art Thou?, the revue presented by the Class of 2004 in February, was the kidnapping of Dean David A. Kessler, M.D. It fell to the second-years to find and rescue the dean since, as the script would have it, fourth-years were...

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