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Opera Ball: The Garden of Good and Evil
August 20, 2013, 05:00 AM

Scott Wall

Hillsborough resident and San Francisco Opera Ball Co-Chair Ann Girard, left, pauses with celebrity event producer Colin Cowie, center, and Girard’s Opera Ball Co-Chair Mai Shriver at a San Francisco Opera Guild luncheon on Aug. 14. Cowie is the creative force behind Opera Ball: The Garden of Good and Evil, the sold-out gala for the Sept. 6 season-opening performance of Boito’s Mefistofele.

 

 

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