"A fond farewell to Chêne-Bougeries"
This was the final show – members only – that GAOS produced in the Salle Communale at Chêne-Bougeries. It ended a run of more than 30 productions, starting with the first GAOS pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk, in 1972.
Arranged by Sue Lloyd,
with Keith Dale (musical director and accompanist).
A selection of songs from “Die Fledermaus” and “The Merry Widow”, in a scenario devised for the occasion, performed by:
Denise Allen, Kate Booth, Edward Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Robin Brown, Susanne Coat-Tober, Bernice Dörig, Charles Gilson, William Heckel, Graham Hobbs, May Hofman, David Pittuck, Alan Robbins, Patty Solomon, Pam Scott, Peter Scott, David Stieber, Philip Thomas, Kathryn Wells, Maureen Wittig
Arranged by Jane Kennedy and Sarah Parker,
with Mark Marotto (musical director and accompanist)
An irreverent view of GAOS from within, with adapted lyrics and script by Sarah Parker, performed by:
Stephen Ash, Jane Kennedy, Robin Martini, Sarah Parker, David Stieber, Stanley Taylor, Phil Tuffs, Hugh Webster
Between the Memorable and the Forbidden:
the famed dinner interval, with catering performed by:
Susan Bergomi, Christine Clayton, Debbie Groby, John Marden, Susan Mutti
|Choreographer (Forbidden GAOS)
|Front of House
|Front of House Bar
||David Pittuck / Hugh Webster