Photos above courtesy of Larry Browne -

Photos above courtesy of Lee F. Milhous

Our Handel's Messiah Sing-Along was sponsored by our friends at Wehrung's Lumber & Home Center and Solid Products Marketing & Promotions and Thomas T. Kreider, Financial Advisor with Edward Jones.  We recommend them highly for their services and are grateful for their help in bringing this event to our community - please support these generous businesses! Just click on their links at the bottom of this page to see the quality products and services they offer.



We are a non-profit community theater group, and so welcome all members of the community to audition for roles in our shows, and to volunteer backstage in building sets and costumes, and managing publicity and administrative duties for our club. You will find us a friendly and supportive group of music and theater enthusiasts! 

If you are interested in helping with off-stage duties, please email Producer Bill Buckman at or call 215-262-5550.

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Thank you to everyone who made our Handel's Messiah Sing-Along

an uplifting and beautiful musical event!

Some scenes from Messiah:

      The Bucks County        Gilbert & Sullivan Society

Enjoy an interesting and informative interview, from Holy Spirit Radio, with Bucks Gilbert & Sullivan Music Director Lee F. Milhous and Our Lady of Guadalupe parish Pastor, Rev. Msgr. Joseph P. Gentili, S.T.D., about the upcoming Handel's Messiah Sing-Along. (approx. 18 min.) Click the logo below to listen via SoundCloud.

This year's Messiah was dedicated to the memory  of our friend, Vice-President and fellow Savoyard, Robert West.   


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This spectacular scene at Main and State Streets in the heart of Doylestown on the night of November 24th,

just before Santa's arrival to visit with children, was photographed by Larry Browne of Singers from the Bucks County Gilbert & Sullivan Society sang carols for the crowd from the balcony

of the Fountain House prior to the big arrival.