Reagan’s First Term*: the second Iolanthe (’81), the seventh Trial by Jury (’81) and Cox & Box, the first Gondoliers (’82), the first Twelve Angry Men (’82), the eighth Trial by Jury (’82) and second Real Inspector Hound (’82), the second Pinafore (’83), the ninth Trial by Jury (’83) and Schubert’s Last Serenade, the second Patience (’84), and our first foray into the modern musical: G&S Goes Broadway. If you were part of a different GG&SS era, click here to find yours!
The newly minted Myron L. Dale Production Fund supports the production budget of the Georgetown Gilbert & Sullivan Society. As a part of its launch, groups of GG&SS alumni (chronologically and by show) are putting together advance gifts to get the Fund off the ground. Everyone who contributes in advance of the 40th Anniversary Gala will be recognized for their part in getting the funds started, and those who do so before the April 5 program deadline will be listed in the 40th Anniversary show program!
Jack & Grace Marshall have kicked off the Fund with a donation of $5,000. Our hope is that those of us who were involved during Reagan's First Term will, collectively, crush Jack's gift. Please be as generous as possible!
(The Dale Fund is a project of the GG&SS Alumni Foundation which is in the process of applying for tax exemption. If and when the application is approved, all donations after the date of incorporation (2/14/13) will be tax deductible.)
And if you have not already purchased your tickets for the Gala and Brunch in April, you can do so here.
*Whoever makes (or whatever group of people make) the single largest donation via this page will have the honor of choosing the name by which this collective effort is named. "Reagan's First Term" is simply a placeholder.