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Following a tip off from Mickey, the Doctor and Rose went undercover at Deffry Vale High School , where the Doctor was reunited with Sarah Jane Smith , who was also investigating the school. After repairing K9 Mark III and making amends with her, he learned that Krillitane oil was being used to boost the children's intelligence and that the Krillitanes were using the children's minds to solve the Skasis Paradigm . After confronting the Krillitanes at the school resulted in him and the others being pursued, K9 sacrificed himself to blow up the Krillitanes with their oil, destroying the empty school in the process.

Throughout the work personal names are used allusively to reflect the paths of German culture from its medieval roots. For examples, Zeitblom's father Wohlgemut has the resonance of the artist Michael Wohlgemuth , teacher of Albrecht Dürer . Wendell Kretzschmar, the man who awakens them to music, probably hints at Hermann Kretzschmar , musical analyst, whose 'Guides to the Concert Hall' were widely read. The doomed child's name Nepomuk , in the 19th century quite popular in Austria and southern Germany, recalls the composer Johann Nepomuk Hummel and the playwright Johann Nestroy . Reflecting the ( Counter-Reformation ) cult of John Nepomuk , it therefore also evokes the high rococo , the 're-echoing of movement', in the St John Nepomuk Church architecture by the Asam brothers in Munich , and probably the descriptions and interpretations of it by Heinrich Wölfflin . [12]

Saturday, February 3, 2018, 7:30 PM
Buddy, Ritchie & The Bopper
Please note: show is at the Auburn Performing Arts Center

This tribute pays respect to three entertainers who were taken from us way too early in their young musical careers, Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and . “The Big Bopper” Richardson. Backed by five professional musicians, this show will keep your toes tapping and make you want to dance in the aisles to songs like That’ll be the Day, Peggy Sue, La Bamba, Chantilly Lace and much, much more!

Tickets: $24/$21. Call Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation at 253-931-3043 or order online for Buddy, Ritchie & The Bopper  print-at-home tickets. All tickets subject to $ processing fee. 

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