The Yeomen of the Guard opens this week!
The Sudbury Savoyards are thrilled to present our Winter 2019 Production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Yeomen of the Guard February 22 - March 2, 2019. Set in the Tower of London in the days of Henry VIII, the show has elements of comedy, tragedy, intimacy and pageantry.
Seeking Producer and Director for Summer Show
The Sudbury Savoyards are looking for a Producer and Director for 12 Angry Men to be staged at the Cannon Theatre in Littleton, MA in July. The production will run for 8 shows over 3 weekends and the cast will include men and women.
Interviews will be held in early March. There is no stipend for this position.If interested, please Program Committee Chair, by March 1, 2019.
Now in our 61st year, the Sudbury Savoyards has become a non-profit organization. As our company embraces the opportunities that come with independence, we also face a variety of challenges, including new expenses for storage space, work space, and rehearsal space; professional service fees; and more. We are turning to you, our friends and donors, as we launch our inaugural fundraising campaign, in the hope of ensuring that “Gilbert and Sullivan on a Grand Scale” can continue well into the future. For more information, please click here or
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The Sudbury Savoyards are supported in part by grants from the Acton Boxborough Cultural Council, the Sudbury Cultural Council, the Stow Cultural Council, the Marlborough Cultural Council, the Lincoln Cultural Council, and the Concord Local Cultural Council, local agencies which are supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.