From left, Max Woodcock, Antonio G. Barata and Scott Charvet are members of Cal Poly’s student ensemble RSVP. The group’s newest show is ‘Chiaroscuro,’ which imagines that Benjamin Franklin built a time machine.
From left, Max Woodcock, Antonio G. Barata and Scott Charvet are members of Cal Poly’s student ensemble RSVP. The group’s newest show is ‘Chiaroscuro,’ which imagines that Benjamin Franklin built a time machine. TRIBUNE PHOTO BY JAYSON MELLOM
From left, Max Woodcock, Antonio G. Barata and Scott Charvet are members of Cal Poly’s student ensemble RSVP. The group’s newest show is ‘Chiaroscuro,’ which imagines that Benjamin Franklin built a time machine. TRIBUNE PHOTO BY JAYSON MELLOM

Stage: Ben Franklin, time traveler

May 27, 2010 12:01 AM