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Suburban Philadelphia amateur company mounts two mainstage productions annually since 1981.
Bryn Athyn Community Theater, usually called "BAct" (say "BEE-act"), has been serving the Philadelphia region with high quality theatrical entertainment since 1981. Staffed entirely by volunteers, BAct presents two major productions a year: a fall production in October or November and a spring production in May or June. Productions run four or five performances over one or two weekends.
Fosters interest in the genre of operetta by presenting works in concert version to Philadelphia audiences.
Concert Operetta Theater is dedicated to presenting, preserving, and educating audiences about operetta through professional performances from the Golden, and Silver ages of operetta. A minimalist production concept highlights the story and the music, bringing the production closer to the audience in an intimate setting.
COT is the only performing arts group in the USA that produces operettas in a concert version in new translations or original language. These productions are unique because this type of music does not get performance time on a regular basis in the USA. In the past nine seasons Concert Operetta Theater has presented seventeen operettas, one USA premiere, and seven Philadelphia premieres.
Over one hundred forty performers has graced the stage, and pit of COT productions. Many have gone on to perform at The Metroplitian Opera, New York City Opera, Deutches Opern Berlin, Staats Oper Vienna, La Scala Milan, Paris Opera, St. Gallen Opera, Dallas Opera, Saint Louis Opera, Des Moines Opera, Opera Company of Philadelphia, and many more.
Concert Operetta Theater Mailing Address:
Concert Operetta Theater, 2129 W. Ritner Street, Philadelphia PA 19145
Theater and Performnce Address:
The Academy of Vocal Arts, 1920 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
North Versailles / Pittsburgh / Allegheny County
1150 Jacks Run Rd
North Versailles, PA 15137
email@example.com or 412-527-3747
Performing fully-staged and concerted opera throughout the Philadelphia area.
The Main Line Opera Guild's mission is to bring fine vocal music to the community at a reasonable cost and to allow our members to share their talent with others.
Our group has been singing in the Philadelphia area in various venues since 1992. All of our members are trained classical singers who have sung professionally (some still do), but we also sing for the sheer love of it.
Ours programs can consist of solos and ensembles from varied sources of the vocal repertoire. We strive to bring variety and interest to each and every program. So, we will sing selections from grand opera, operetta, Broadway shows, classical art songs, Neapolitan songs and favorite songs from earlier in the last century such as Gershwin, Porter, Kern, etc. Our concerts really entertain our audiences, since there is "something for everyone".
We will custom design a program each time we are preparing to perform. In addition to concerts we are available to perform staged scenes, concert operas and staged works.
If you are interested in having the Main Line Opera Guild perform for your organization, be a part of your concert series, or liven up your next party, contact us by firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of Prime Stage is to entertain, educate, and enrich students, educators and theatre-lovers in the discovery of live theatre and literature. Three adaptations of literature, drawn from middle and high school reading lists, stimulate the imaginations, intellects and emotions of audiences who seek compelling theatrical entertainment.
Wayne Brinda, Artistic Director, email@example.com
Amateur symphony orchestra in the Philadelphia suburbs offers varied programs at several venues.
The Rose Tree Pops Orchestra was formed in 1985 by Jeanne Bell as a community orchestra committed to the performance of the world's orchestral repertoire including classical, light classical, and pops music literature. Under the direction of Dr. Roberta Winemiller we have expanded our repertoire to include Big Band and other music arranged or composed for our orchestra.
Rose Tree Pops Orchestra, P.O. Box 932, Media, PA 19063-0932 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings from 7:30 - 10:00 PM at the Springton Lake Middle School in Media, PA.
The orchestra welcomes new members!
Saint Vincent College Gilbert and Sullivan Players
Saint Vincent College student-run theater group dedicated to the preservation and performance of the timeless works of W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Chester County presents a full stage production of one of the G&S operettas every November at West Chester University. In addition the group presents Trial by Jury in the Historic Chester County Courthouse every year in early December as part of West Chester's "Old-Fashioned Christmas" Weekend.
GSSCC also offers a traveling "road show" featuring the best of G&S and tailored to meet the needs of retirement communities, service clubs, churches, municipal parks, business groups, and private homes.
We are here to foster the presentation and appreciation of the combined works of Arthur Seymour Sullivan and William Schwenk Gilbert, and to grow and flourish as a group. We are here to continue the tradition of excellent productions, positive community relations and to support each other in the various tasks and jobs that are inherent in running an organization like this.
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The University of Pennsylvania's undergraduate light opera company.
Penn Singers is a musical theater company that produces a Broadway-style show in the fall and a Gilbert & Sullivan light opera in the spring. We hold auditions for new members at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.
We’d love to get to know our incoming freshmen and invite anyone interested in our company to check out our website
Questions? Email Kristen at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Philadelphia G&S Union
Using the talents of the many G&S societies in greater Philly, produces a show each year for the International G&S Festival.
The Philadelphia Gilbert & Sullivan Union , better known as PGSU or 'Peggy Sue', was formed in 2007 to recruit talented performers from the numerous Philadelphia area G&S societies.
Amateur musical theatre society based in Delaware Co., PA.
Over 100 years of community theatre.
The Rose Valley Chorus & Orchestra presented its first production, Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado, at the Artsman's Hall (now Hedgerow Theatre) in Rose Valley on November 21, 1907. This performance united the wealth of musical and dramatic talent resident in the arts and crafts colony of Rose Valley into a group that is still vibrant and successful 105 years (and over 160 shows) later! Today we perform in the beautiful and modern theater at Strath Haven Middle School in Wallingford.
Today the Rose Valley Chorus & Orchestra draws its membership from the entire Delaware Valley, a result of its reputation for presenting professional-quality theatrical productions. The voices of the principals and chorus, with the musicianship of the full 35-piece orchestra, rank among the best of the area's many community musical theater groups.
Rose Valley Chorus & Orchestra now has two major theatrical productions each season (Fall and Spring) which includes Gilbert & Sullivan operettas, Broadway musicals, and other assorted operettas. Stage participation as a principal or chorus member is determined by audition. Audition dates are announced in Stage, local papers, and our Website.
In 1997 Rose Valley Chorus & Orchestra purchased the old Middletown Firehouse in Media. Located at 184 Bortondale Road, it serves as our set contruction site and houses our extensive costume and props collection.
We are always looking for new members to participate either on stage, in the orchestra or behind the scenes as members of our production staff. To schedule an audition, or volunteer, please e-mail us for more information or call us at 610-565-5010.
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Rose Valley Chorus and Orchestra, P.O. Box 414, Media, PA 19063
General Number: 610-565-5010
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Savoy is a social theater group with an emphasis on great performances and developing long standing friendships.
We are an all volunteer group, and 501(c)(3) charity.
All performances are for the benefit of charities and schools.
Our community outreach programs have introduced the joy of theater to over 10,000 school children over the past 20 years.
To get to know us better, please contact us for events open to new and prospective members.
If you would like more information about joining The Savoy Company, please contact us via JoinSavoy@gmail.com and our Admissions team will get back to you.
The Savoy Company, P.O. Box 59150, Philadelphia, PA 19102-9150
You may contact us by firstname.lastname@example.org, and by telephone at (215) 735-7161.
Amateur society based in Media, PA, affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware Co.
Amateur society based in Media, Pennsylvania and affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County.
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County
145 W. Rose Tree Road, Media, PA 19063