Sounds of Musical Theatre
REPORT ON GOSFORD MUSICAL SOCIETY A.G.M.:
The financial bottom line of Gosford Musical Society has been hit hard by the ongoing pandemic, resulting in just one musical being staged during the 2021/22 financial year, according to GMS Vice-President Scott Goodacre.
Delivering his annual report to members, Goodacre was firm in his prediction that the current financial year will be much healthier.
Recent productions of Aladdin Jr, School of Rock, and Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, together with our planned upcoming productions of The Spongebob Musical and Rent should ensure that the 2022-23 financial year will have a much healthier financial outlook for GMS, said Goodacre, adding we are definitely back to doing what we do best.
Mr. Goodacre thanked the GMS Show Selection Sub Committee, for presenting a program of shows that is really quite fresh and exciting for GMS, with four of the five shows selected for next year having never been produced by GMS previously.
These shows include The Spongebob Musical, Rent, Frozen Jr, Catch Me If You Can, and Kinky Boots.
Scott also praised the background moves to develop policies to ensure the continuing high standards of our productions, which will maximise opportunities for as many members as possible to be involved in all facets of our productions.
Following the reports, the election of the Gosford Musical Society Committee was held, resulting in the following positions being filled:
President: Darryl Davis
Vice Presidents: Scott Goodacre & Rebecca Gracia
Secretary: Jamie McKenzie
Treasurer: Karen Johnston
Floor Members: David Booth, Kerrie Rochford, Karen Rowe & Mark Williams.
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