Make haste to the Savoyards! Final weekend of Mikado performances & upcoming Spring Meeting
Eric Wilson, Jeffrey Lampert. Mike Stunes, Ruslan Iskhakov, Terry Weissman, Ulf Nobbman,
Andrew Simchik, David Skurnick, Brian Chin, Matthew Ewer, Rustin Crandall, Mikael Peterson, Colin Raab.
Photo Credit: Fuzzy Beastie Photography.
If you are new to our mailing list, welcome and thank you for attending a recent show.
Have you ever wanted to produce or perform in an operetta? The Stanford Savoyards are looking for production staff and cast for our next show, Gilbert & Sullivan's Patience, or Bunthorne’s Bride. This 6th collaboration between Gilbert & Sullivan premiered in 1881 and satirizes the aesthetic movement, particularly artists and poets popular at the time.
No prior experience is necessary to join the Savoyards. If you have a willingness to learn, we have the mentors to guide you. You can even use “Happy Birthday” or “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” as audition songs. Cast auditions will be announced shortly.
Please come to our Spring Meeting to learn more about the Savoyards and the next production: Wednesday, February 19th at 7pm
375 Santa Teresa Street
If you need directions once on campus, please call Sharon Beltracchi at (719) 440-5898
If you cannot attend, but want to be considered for the Prod Staff, please email email@example.com to schedule an interview. All positions are volunteer. Brief descriptions of the available Prod Staff roles are as follows:
Producer - responsible for the logistics and overseeing all operations needed to create a show.
Stage Manager - provides organizational support to Director, including scheduling and communicating between staff and cast.
Set Designer - conceives and oversees construction of the set, utilizing as many existing set pieces in our warehouse as possible.
Costume Designer - influenced by the Director’s thematic vision for the production, utilizes existing costume pieces, as well as oversees fabrication of new garments.
Properties Designer - responsible for obtaining, updating and caring for all props used in the production.
House Manager - under the supervision of the Producer, interacts with the box office, manages concessions and ushers during performances.
All departments welcome supporting volunteers, as well.