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Georgiantics

Georgiantics

Georgiantics was an annual musical review of all original material--skits, songs, and dances. It was organized, written, staged, and performed by Sir George Williams students between 1939 and 1942. The name Georgiantics was revived in 1947, and again in 1957, as a musical variety show.

Through its three incarnations, more than 500 students participated in Georgiantics.

Georgiantics

In 1997, a special reunion was held for the Georgiantics groups 1939 -1942. Alumnus Fred Kerner, who had been a very active participant in the early Georgiantics, spearheaded the reunion. He also compiled the list of participants which is now available in the Archives. Reunion participants donated memorabilia of various kinds to the Archives, complementing the programs, photographs, and newspaper coverage of Georgiantics which was already in the collection.

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