A Song to Sing O! returns to the stage with one of Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Victoria's most versatile and acclaimed performers, evergreen entertainer, Ron Pidcock (OAM Awarded 2017), leading an accomplished cast under director, Robert Ray.
8th - 16th July 2017
Phoenix Theatre, Elwood
Written by Melvyn Morrow (Dusty) employing lyrics from WS Gilbert, the music of Arthur Sullivan with additional songs by its talented subject, George Grossmith; this musical play about one of Gilbert & Sullivan's most celebrated patter men takes place in his dressing room ahead of his last appearance with the D'Oyly Carte company.
With a promising solo career beckoning, Grossmith cleverly weaves insights and gossip amongst performances of some of the most well-known pieces from the G&S canon.
A light-hearted biographical piece, this is a delightful insider peek into the renowned musical theatre team and a must-see for any fan of light opera.
"A blissful marriage of witty dialogue with some of the most enduringly popular music and lyrics ever written."
Melbourne Herald Sun
"As a source of innocent merriment, this is one to put on your little list."
Sydney Morning Herald
Running time approx 2hrs
Saturday 8th July 8:00pm
Sunday 9th July 3:00pm
Friday 14th July 8:00pm
Saturday 15th July 8:00pm
Sunday 16th July 3:00pm
101 Glenhuntly Road,
Elwood VIC 3185
Child (Under 16): $16
Group 10+ $28
GSOV is the performing arm of The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Victoria which has been delighting audiences with its productions for over 80 years. One of the longest running theatrical organisations in Australia, it has been hailed as one of our country’s leading light opera companies. GSOV performs not only in Melbourne and regional Victoria, but has also won awards on the international stage at the premier Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in the United Kingdom.