Sudbury Savoyards: presenting Gilbert and Sullivan on a grand scale and keeping the “community” in community theater for 60 years!
NEWS - Summer 2020 Updates
August 14th: Grand Duke Delayed Until 2022
“Friends of the Sudbury Savoyards, It is with sadness that I announce that the Sudbury Savoyards Board of Trustees has decided to delay our production of The Grand Duke until February 2022. Like many theater troupes faced with hard decisions during the pandemic, we must focus on the safety of our participants and patrons. It is important to highlight that we are delaying not cancelling the production. In the meantime, we will be exploring virtual opportunities to reach out to our community including a virtual Christmas Carol and a variety of events to celebrate our 60th Anniversary in 2021!!!
In theatrical spirit, Brendon, Chair, Board of Trustees”
August 1st: Welcome to Sudbury Savoyards’ new website (yes, you’ve reached the right place!) Please give a huge thanks to Steve Malionek for many, many years of keeping the Savoyards on the web, and thanks to everyone who has helped getting this new site up and going!
Coming in 2021 - Sudbury Savoyards Celebrate 60 Years!
Sing hey the jolly, jolly, jinks! The Grand Duke is now viewable on our YouTube channel!
While, for the moment, our events must remain virtual, we hope that theater (and world) will return to the main stage in 2021. We are looking forward to a virtual production of A Christmas Carol in December, planning events to celebrate the Savoyards’ SIXTY years of community theater in 2021, and planning our next big show for 2022.
We look forward to singing, communing, and seeing all all again in real life.
The SUDBURY SAVOYARDS are one of the few theater companies in New England that performs the G&S canon as “Theater on a Grand Scale,” with casts as large as 60 or more people, a full orchestra of as many as 30 pieces, and full staging, costuming, and lights. These productions feature a chorus open to all who wish to participate, while our leads are selected through competitive auditions. We perform one large scale G&S show a year, in winter. As a non-profit organization, we depend on the generosity of our members and supporters.