Geneva Amateur Operatic Society

Geneva Amateur Operatic Society

The Geneva Amateur Operatic Society (GAOS) is a large English-speaking operatic music society based in Geneva. Founded in 1971, the productions are mostly in English and the society performs a traditional English pantomime each winter. However, membership hails from many countries. Although an amateur group, some of the members have played in the professional theatre, which helps to present a high level of performance in singing, dancing and acting. GAOS puts on three major stage productions each year at theatres in and around Geneva. GAOS is a non-profit making society and its members receive no payment.


*1985 The White Horse Inn 10th Old Time Music Hall Pinocchio
*1986 The Merry Widow Music Hall, Little Miss Muffet
*1987 (April) Pirates of Penzance (expts) (Spring) Oklahoma
*1988 Die Fledermaus Old Time, Music Hall Cabaret, Peter Pan
*1989 The Music Man Old Time Music Hall, My Fair Lady (excerpts) King Arthur, Old Time Music Hall, Aladdin
*1990 My Fair Lady, Old Time Music Hall, Cabaret 'Travelin', Humpty Dumpty
*1991 The Mikado, Old Time Music Hall, A.L Webber Story, The Ice Maiden
*1992 Salad Days, Old Time Music Hall, Jack and the Beanstalk
*1993 Gypsy Baron, Old Time Music Hall Carousel (expts) at 'FEST' Cat in the Chemist (Puss-in-Boots)
*1994 West Side Story, Summer Follies, Robinson Crusoe
*1995 Fiddler on the Roof, Old Time Music Hall, Santa in Space
*1996 La Perichole Another Summer Folly La Perichole (Waterford LOF) Cinderella
*1997 Anything Goes, The Wind in the Willows
*1998 The Pirates of Penzance, Cruising, The Wizard of Oz
*1999 Carousel, Old Time Music Hall, Babes in the Wood
*2000 Guys and Dolls, Thank You for the Music, Beauty and the Beast
*2001 The Gondoliers, A funny thing happened on the way to the Forum, A Slice of Saturday Night, Humbug
*2002 Me and My Girl, Showtime, Dick Whittington
*2003 High Society, A Slice of Saturday Night, The Water Nymph
*2004 Oliver, Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Sleeping Beauty
*2005 Iolanthe, Old Time Musical, Grease, Alice in Wonderland
*2006 Hello Dolly!, To Hell With Opera, Annie, Ali Baba
*2007 Follies, Up The Empire!, Fiddler on the Roof, Snow White
*2008 Kiss Me, Kate, Guys and Dolls, Aladdin

External links

* [ Geneva Amateur Operatic Society ]
* [ Theatre In English ]

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