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18 November

18 November

Sounds of Musical Theatre


GMS SHIP STEADY AS SHE GOES: The waters may have been turbulent during the past 18 months, but members of Gosford Musical Society have voted in favour of steering the ship steady as she goes. Returned unopposed as president at the recent GMS AGM is Ros English, president of the group on and off for many years and a believer in tackling things head-on when problems loom. Ms.

Englishs steady demeanor was successful in challenging Central Coast Councils refusal to negotiate a similar agreement to that enjoyed previously by the two parties. We now have an agreement in place, but there are still issues to be resolved, Ros recently told David Wicks on Coast FMs Sounds of Musical Theatre. Two vice-presidents were elected: Geoff Buckland and Scott Goodacre.

Scott had been secretary for the past 12 months, vacating the position to allow Rebecca Gracia to handle correspondence. Karen Johnston remains as treasurer. There were seven nominations for four vacancies of floor members, resulting in the election of Simone George, Rob Hickey, Daryl Kirkness, and Jamie McKenzie.

Gosford Musical Society, the major hirer of Laycock Street Theatre, has announced four shows for 2022: 42nd Street in March, Disneys Aladdin Jr in early July, Andrew Lloyd Webbers School of Rock in July-August, and Priscilla, Queen of the Desert for a four-week season in October-November.

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