Sinfonicron Light Opera Company

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Known as the Williamsburg area's premiere Gilbert and Sullivan company, Sinfonicron is student-run on every level of production, from set design and construction, to direction, costuming and administration. Members come from William and Mary's three music fraternities, Delta Omicron, Phi Mu Alpha and Nu Kappa Epsilon, and the Theater Students Association. Sinfonicron produces one show every January on a three-year rotating schedule of two Gilbert and Sullivan shows and one non-Gilbert and Sullivan show.

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