What is truly commendable is that the Lamplighters troupe, as directed spectacularly by Barbara Heroux, has been able to recreate this troubled G&S rambling rarity in a version that is actually easy to follow. That may not mean that every line of the rapid-fire lyrics and sometimes heavily accented dialogue is completely understood. (I found I often kept my eyes more on the projected superscript than I did on the stage action.) The crazy rhymes, repeat choruses, and funny word juxtapositions of every Gilbert and Sullivan show are all here; but the Duo’s final creative venture seems to have been written on steroids. Speed of complicated words is often at Mach One, and the very talented Chorus and Principals do a magnificent job trying to keep up with the pace.