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  1. is a comic opera in two acts, with music by Arthur Sullivan and libretto by W. S. Gilbert

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  2. a Gilbert & Sullivan comic opera

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  3. First performed at the Opera Comique, London, on April 23 1881, it moved to the 1,292-seat Savoy Theatre on October 10 1881, where it was the first theatrical production in the world to be lit entirely by electric light

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  4. Henceforth, the G&S comic operas would be known as the Savoy Operas, and both fans and performers of G&S would come to be known as "Savoyards." Patience was the sixth operatic collaboration of fourteen between Gilbert and Sullivan

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  5. Patience at The Gilbert & Sullivan Archive

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