Gilbert & Sullivan Revue
The Gilbert & Sullivan Revue was formed in 1989 in response to requests to hear Gilbert & Sullivan "on-the-road". It was also a means to introduce "G&S" to new segments of the community, and to provide a service to charitable institutions.
Since its debut at the old Red Wings Silver Stadium, the Revue has performed in a variety of venues, including Genesee Country Museum, The Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester Museum and Science Center, The Hochstein Music School, Oak Hill Country Club, The Strong Museum, The Highland Bowl, The Jewish Community Center, and at churches, private parties, nursing homes, senior apartments, and events for service organizations.
Revue programs ranges from one-half to two hours and the musical selections may be tailored to fit your organization or audience.
For more information about The Gilbert & Sullivan Revue or to schedule an event, please call the OMP Information Line at (585) 232-5570, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.