Cast photo from our most recent production of "The Gondoliers"

The University of Michigan Gilbert & Sullivan Society (UMGASS) was founded in 1947 and is the oldest student-run society nationwide dedicated to performing the operettas of Sir William Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan. Each year we bring together students and community members for two fully staged productions of Gilbert & Sullivan operettas, which are performed with orchestra at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in downtown Ann Arbor. The quality of our productions sets a high standard for community G&S companies, and our performances, particularly of the lesser-known works of the canon, are benchmarks for similar organizations around the country and the world. 

We’re proud to be a great place for future performing arts professionals as well as a creative outlet for students, professors, and community members of all ages looking to blow off steam and have a good time participating in a great show!

UMGASS is made possible by the Friends of the University of Michigan Gilbert & Sullivan Society (FUMGASS). Please consider making a tax-deductable donation to the continued legacy of these masters of musical comedy!  More information here!

UMGASS is run by an elected board of officers, made up of both students and Ann Arbor community members.  

The 2018-2019 Board

PRESIDENT: Alexandra Kzeski
VICE PRESIDENT: Jaime Sharp
TREASURER: Asher Margulies
TICKET MANAGER: Christina Certo

COMPANY PROMOTER: Natan Zamansky
PROGRAM EDITOR: Annelise Comai 

 

And introducing the 2019-2020 Board!

PRESIDENT: Asher Margulies
VICE PRESIDENT: Anastasia Koorn
TREASURER: Stephan Lemmer

SECRETARY: Caitlin Glimco
TICKET MANAGER: Could be you!

COMPANY PROMOTER: Mackenzie Granata
PROGRAM EDITOR: Audrey Ulsh


If you would like to learn more about being a member of the Executive Board, please email umgassexec@umich.edu

Ann Arbor, MI | umgassexec@umich.edu | (734) 647-8436

Interested in Participating? 

Check out the Get Involved page!

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© 2019 UMGASS

All photos by Marilyn Gouin unless otherwise specified.

Thanks, Marilyn!